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Old 06-03-2014, 08:16 PM
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auto to manual swap question

was wondering if there is any one out there doing a manual swap and how much it would cost.
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Cost would be anywhere from just the cost of a new clutch, to $5-6000

Best way to do it, find a rotted out parts truck, take what you need then sell the rest. I made money on my swap, including buying the new clutch

Otherwise you need:

Transmission
Tcase ( or new input shaft swapped )
Clutch pedal
Hydraulics
Clutch
Clutch fork because you want the updated one from Ford
Driveshafts, or get yours modified, if your lifted you may get away with the rear shaft.


Wiring will depend on what year your truck is
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Whats wrong with your auto?
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Old 06-17-2014, 06:58 PM
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Whats wrong with your auto?
well i would like a manual and its starting to go mine has turbo goodies intake exhaust and a chip it just dont seem to handle the added hp and torque very well
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If you have a 99-01 its a simple swap, if you have an 02-03 there is quite a bit of wiring to do.
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i agree it is easy on a 99-01. Its even easier if you have a complete donor truck. just make sure its something that your going to love (im sure ill catch an ear full for saying this) because i wish would have never swapped mine I got rid of a perfectly good auto for this swap. The only time i like it is when i have it loaded heavy but my auto did just as good loaded heavy too. i could have had a stage 1 jasper with triple disc convertor with 3yr/100k mile warranty for less than i have in my swap. i have no warranty what so ever except for what little i have on the southbend. just my
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