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Old 04-01-2010, 07:26 PM
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I am getting ready to put a new clutch in my 01 F250 6-speed transmission I am replacing the flywheel,slave cylinder,master cylinder, and everything else that comes with a kit. I was wondering if there is anything I should make sure to do that the average shade tree mechanic wouldn't know about. Also is it feasible to leave the fluid in being that it is brand new and leave the transfer case attached. Thanks in advance for your help.
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Old 04-01-2010, 11:49 PM
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you should be able to leave the transcase on with the trans. and leaving the fluid in.
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yup i left the fluid in and the tranny and transfer case bolted together when i did mine
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thanks guys well i am off to start the removal hope it goes as easy as it looks like it will.
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Well got the tranny out in about 4 hours got the new LUK clutch in and just waiting for a seal for the input shaft it is leaking just a tiny bit so thought I would put in a new one. I am hoping that can be done from the front without pulling the tranny apart I will find out in the morning when I get the new seal.
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Old 04-03-2010, 01:15 PM
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Well got it all back together what a difference in the shifting like a brand new tranny well worth the money. What are your guys opinion of LUK cluthces? This one seems to work real well.
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