Question about Ford F-250
It should bolt right up its the same motor all should be able to hook up with no problem
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You'll have to obtain a clutch disc alignment tool (pilot shaft).
Loosen the flywheel bolts just enough to move the clutch disc around slightly then, insert the alignment tool until the small end slides into the pilot bearing in the flywheel. It should be a firm fit, enough to hold the disc in place so you can re-tighten the flywheel bolts. Once tightened, pull the alignment tool out and carefully install the transmission. Good luck!!
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