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Dennis, with no functional issues and the only concern is the ‘color’ of the fluid, replacing clutch slave and master is unnecessary.

The clutch master cap is vented to atmosphere, which will cause the fluid to darken. A word of caution when check clutch fluid level, remove the cap and inspect. There can be dark residue on the inside of the reservoir that from the outside can look like the fluid level is OK.

For baselining, flushing the fluid is all you need to do. The Club (See Joe Wall) has a Motive power bleeder that make the job easy.  Many Club members will flush both the brake and clutch fluids at the same time.

Gerry