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It's a stick shift truck right? Cracked flywheel or cracked flexplate? How would the guy know he has a cracked flywheel?
The automatics have some issues with cracking the flexplate, which will cause a horrible rattling sound at idle.
Also 4 wheel drive or 2 wheel drive? If you can replace a 4 wheel drive flywheel in under 3 hours you're a bad mother huncher. It's the same labor as doing a clutch job. I would say anywhere from 4-6 hours is more accurate. Not saying that it will really take someone that long, but that's what a shop is more likely to charge you hour wise.