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I am looking for 1993 S10 2.8L Clutch Hydraulics options.
I am transplanting the complete drivetrain (engine, 5 spd trans, driveshaft and rear axle, also using the steering column and pedal assembly) to a 1958 Volvo 444.

I will need to replace all the hydraulics because they are weeping fluid at both ends.
I have been studying the parts availability on Rockauto and found that 1992-93 are different. For some reason they don't offer 92-93 repair kits for the cylinders.

I found some of these use a more conventional screw-in hose (like a brake hose). Is this more desirable than the type used on my 93 ?
My Volvo firewall will be different than the S10 so I have some freedom of choice here.

Do all the 2.8 L slave and master cylinder have the same bores?

Looking for some of you to chime in and give some of your knowledge to help me make the best pick.

I attached a pic of the 1958 Volvo 444 I am starting with and a Photoshop rendering of my fenderless goal.
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the 92 system in my son's truck doesn't let the line unscrew from the slave. its kind of a pain in the butt because the bleed nipple is right where the line points and uses a tiny allen wrench instead of a regular 8mm or whatever size wrench
 

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Pretty sure '93 got the much improved world class T5, don't know if that changed the hydraulics or not...
 

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is there a non world class t5? whats the difference? like I think our 92 has a t5 but I don't know about this world class stuff?
 
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