Advance Adapters Solution
I had read your previous posts. I don't understand why Advance Adapters made their steel line hose with the adapter that they did. I will call them Monday. But why leave us with two male ends to put together and not even suggest an inverted flare coupling? Even better, why not design the proper end to go into the quick disconnect? It doesn't look like it would be that hard for a design shop such as theirs. I mean after all, they designed an adapter for the other end, the clutch master cylinder end!
I KNOW I need to drop the tranny and replace the internal slave cylinder with an external one, and I will do that, but in the meantime I'd like to drive my Jeep. I just don't want to damage it in some way (or leave myself stranded) by using this flare coupling/ bypassing that quick disconnect if it performs some vital function, such as regulating the fluid pressure or something like that.
Also, if your setup is weeping I'll bet that mine will start that too once I start four wheeling. What a hassle, and it all started when I cur that stupid plastic line off the barbed fitting on the old clutch master cylinder. I was STUPID for not reading all the advice on JeepForum FIRST!
So, I paid for a subscription here. I know it will pay for itself in the advice I get.
By the way, I have $77 paid to Advance Adapters, including shipping to Indiana. Then I have $3.47 in an inverted flare coupling plus gas to drive the 47 mile round trip to the only place open that had one on a Saturday afternoon in rural Indiana.