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I would start with the simplest checks first. Maybe your hydraulic system is up to snuff, but your clutch-pedal free movement is worn and needs adjusting. The slave cylinder pushes a rod that is connected to the clutch arm. Raise the rubber boot on the slave cylinder and check the free-play in that rod. The rod should slide .16" (4mm) before engaging the clutch arm. Adjustment instructions from the 96 manual reads; "The clearance between the release bearing and release plate is gradually decreased by wear on the clutch facings. Adjust the clutchpedal free movement with the screw on the clutch housing, located in the opposite side in relation to the slave-cylinder. The free movement is increased by turning the screw counter-clockwise.." I think you would need to turn it clockwise, but offer the suggestion of taking the measurement before replacing any more cylinders.
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