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You're mechanic suggested a fluid change would fix it?
If you daily drive your truck you may want to consider a selectable locker, one that you can control when it locks both tires together. ARB makes a great product. "Auto" lockers will be cheaper but won't have the road manners an open or limited slip would have. Some people don't even notice and others can't stand the auto lockers constant engagement/disengagement (which could be a result of inconsistent tire pressure or tire wear). Either way, if you have to ask how hard it is to install... you should probably leave this job to a reputable shop or if you have a buddy with experience setting up gears to shadow you the first time.
'06 F250 FX4 6.0L/auto-studded, O-ring'd, deleted, turbo'd, inject'd, lifted.... typical bolt on