Don't know if I have used the right name but I'm referring to the slave cylinder type that is inside the bell housing and acts directly on the thrust bearing. Defender tdci. I have zero experience with this type of slave cylinder. I've just completed a gearbox replacement and transfer rebuild; bleeding the clutch was an absolute pig and I still have a low pedal. To get anywhere at all, I had to 'reverse bleed' by injecting fluid back up the line from the bleed nipple at the side of the bell housing, injecting from underneath until there were no bubbles coming up into the master cylinder- this took a good while. I figure this will not get the air out of the cylinder itself as it is beyond the bleed point on the line. How does one get the air out of that and restore a good pedal?