I installed new clutch hydralics this weekend along with a brake master cylinder. I figured a few things out so I am going to share them.
#1- Getting that lower clutch master bolt out. Don't waste the time,pull the pedal box. It takes about 10 minutes that way. The nut is so close to the body of the clutch master that an open end wrench is the only way to get it off.
#2 On a 1500 or at least the 78-79 models you can't bleed the clutch system off the car then install it. Why? because the line runs thru a hole in the battery tray which means you have to leave at lreast one end loose to put thru the hole.
#3 Since a replaced both I found that one or the other is a little larger than the orginal so had to file just a small amount off the flange to get it all to sit nice and flat.
Other than having to remove the collar and slave cylinder together since they had crooded together so bad it was a fairly simple job. I haven't bleed it out yet but I'll relate how that goes later on.