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post #1 of 4 Old 03-19-2008, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
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Talking what is needed for a 5 speed swap????

is everything the same... i meen mount wise.. i know i need the flywheel and master cylinder and all that good stuff but are the cross members and tranny mounts the same???

if so is it real hard to do and an average time it takes to do.....

96 F250 powerstroke ext auto converted to 5 speed, 4 inch lift, DP-tunes, 260k, its been swamped....

2011 f250 powerstroke, lariet, 900miles, all stock.....
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it not that hard you will need some of the following

5 speed transmission
flywheel
clutch
slave cylinder
hydrualic resivor and line to the slave cylinder
a different driveshaft
not sure on the crossmember
and a hole int the floor for the stick shift to go throught.

I also can't tell you about your transfer cas weather is will bolt up or not. so I would do some research

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...and pedals, and a steering column ( I guess you could leave the auto column).
The best way would be to find a parts truck, same year and wheelbase, and swap all the parts you need. It'll be worth it, cause auto's SUCK!

1984 Jeep CJ-7 - 258, 5 speed, 3" lift, 35's
1987 F-350 CC 4x4 - 7.3 IDI, C6, Banks Turbo & Exhaust, 6" lift & 35's
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i have a whole other truck(94 ext cab 5speed 4x4 psd)so im pretty sure i have all the parts i need. what about computers>?????????????

96 F250 powerstroke ext auto converted to 5 speed, 4 inch lift, DP-tunes, 260k, its been swamped....

2011 f250 powerstroke, lariet, 900miles, all stock.....
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