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...If you do this often, anyway...
A friend of mine customized a grease gun with the end piece of a clutch line. Remove the clutch line, put the fitting on the modified grease gun where the pressure line goes, and pump in the grease until you can insert the clutch ring (or wire, or whatever you're using). The grease - in the majority of cases - can't get out of the leak fast enough to bleed down.
Handy, and I've seen it work several times on leaky 99 & 900 slaves.
But the big lever makes it a 10 second job...
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