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Pulled the 6.0 out of a f350 that has a manual transmission. The 6.0 I got is an 05 that had an automatic. What needs to be done besides changing the adapter place that holds the rear seal. The flange on the 6.0 that had the automatic is thicker then the one with the manual but both take the same seal and it also has the extra pully on the front of the crank.
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Both engines are 05,s
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Double check the fliywheel the standard useualy uses a heavier flywheel.


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Im using the standard flywheel with clutch. Doe's the flange matter?
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I really dont remember for shure if it makes a difference unless the bolts wont reach [too long or too short].


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you definitely need to swap over the manual trans rear engine cover. Do not for any reason unbolt the round crankshaft adapter that the rear main seal rides on.

Just pay attention to what comes off the old motor and swap it over to the new automatic engine.

The new engine must have had dual alternators on it if it has a double belt crank pulley. swap it or leave it, doesn't matter since it won't be used

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