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1984 porsche 944, hydrolic clutch hose from master cylinder, what size is that blue braded hose, and can I use any similar hoses for that part?

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Providing that you have the correct tools to connect the hydraulic pipe ends then yes yes its not life threatening so use any viable quality hydraulic pipe to replace the original .got to be cheaper than porsche original parts

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