I'm going to be rebuilding my clutch slave cylinder (new spring and piston). The fellow at the parts counter mentioned that I should use the finest possible hone when cleaning up the inside.
I looked into the process of cylinder honing and it seems that, for engine cylinders, it's important to get a cross-hatched pattern of "micro-scratches" that are at a 45˚ angle from the cylinder's vertical. This is supposed to support the oil and keep the rings well-lubed. If that is true, then given the different fluid and much lower speed and repetitions of the clutch piston, does it apply to the clutch cylinder too, or can I just give the inside a good general roughing-up?