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It is the slave cylinder inside the bell housing. These are notorious in going out and it looks to be quite entailed. I found a video on it but it only shows how to replace the slave cylinder AFTER the bell housing has been removed.
You will need an 8mm, long barrel, socket plus an extension( to keep from busting up the knuckles) to remove three bolts that holds the slave cylinder to the wall of the bell housing. Once the old one is removed, get some bearing grease and grease down the shaft. this will allow for an easier mount and get it ready to have the bell housing re-assembled.
Here's the link, though it the music is kinda creepy....
It really isn't worth trying to repair them, and they always go in the fingers and more so in the thumb area. A better bet is to buy silicone mitts. They are more expensive but are virtually indestructible.
if it is not out side pressing on a release arm, it will be inside the bell housing and the bleed nipple will be on the bell housing
follow the hose to find the cylinder
if it is inside the bell housing ,the box has to come out for ayt leaking problems and they are not cheap items without the cost or R&R transmission to fix.
My initial thought is Aluminum can be welded. Depends on cracks relationship to mounting bolts. Check and see if Bell housing is separate from transmission. May be able to swap bell housings and keep transmission.
You may want a good Salvage yard site like Carparts.com. They have a Nationwide link to many Salvagers. One request and you could get 300 responses.
Amazon has a pretty big selection of novelty pot holders and oven mitts. Try this link: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=node%3D3742011&field-keywords=novelty+oven+mitts&rh=n%3A1055398%2Cn%3A!1063498%2Cn%3A284507%2Cn%3A1063916%2Cn%3A3742011%2Ck%3Anovelty+oven+mitts
An oven mitt is insulated and usually made from cotton. Some newer versions are made from silicone, which helps protect them from liquids and stains. The oven mitt is worn to protect the wearer's hands from burns and excessive heat when cooking or baking.
As a general rule the cage should be at least 4 times the
size of the rabbit, but if your house permits - bigger is better. This is true
especially if the rabbits will spend most of their time in the cage.
As a guide: larger rabbits need a cage of 30" by
36" and smaller rabbits (Less than 8 lbs): 24" by 36".