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Could I use plastic metal bondo for a seal on a hydraulic clutch line

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No it will not hold the presure you need tos solder or braze it or replace the line

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SOURCE: I have nicked the plastic tubing of the hydraulic

you could try some of that puddy similar to JB weld only in a puddy form this sets very quick and is easily applied to a clean surface.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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And I have seen where those lines will devolpe a leak from a pin hole, crack, split, O-rings in the ends.

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