i got it used for 1700 it had 54,000 miles. the clutch pedal assembly was 118. the pre--bleed clutch kit (master and slave) was 210. the clutch kit was 520 at advance auto. the new flywheel was 220 at advance auto. the clutch fork was 28. the new input shaft for transfer case was 220. 7 quarts of atf and rtv sealant 80. new dust shield (2 part) was 84. all parts purchased at ford except for those mentioned. the guy that sold me the trans gave me the shifter column and boot. odd bolts and taps for installing all of the parts mentioned above 14. by the way i found out that all the thread used in these parts are 8 pitch. also ten thousand knuckle breakers and missing skin from my hands but well worth it though. i feel like i have much more power on the ground.
Ouch! 3200 bucks! That's cheaper than rebuilding an auto though, and MUCH cooler. I have a few more expenses I guess, since I have the 6.0. They did some goofy crap with an adapter plate on the back of the engine, where the adapter is different from the auto to manual
. I think my best option is to buy a wrecked one, and use the parts I needs from it, then part the rest out. All in due time, at least 10 years, because I'm sure that when we have kids, my money will be going to doctors and diapers
So, you bought all the parts from Ford except the tranny and clutch kit? And the tranny hump, you just cut it out, then beat it back with a hammer and siliconed it up? Thanks for your help
I have my dream truck, except the manual, but that can be done