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I think it would get pretty expensive paying someone to do it. As was mentioned, there is a difference in the floor of the the cab. I have no idea why, but there is.
Aside from that, it really ought to just be about finding the parts. I saw a thread where someone swapped a king ranch cab onto a 6spd frame. That might give you some ideas.
I have done this on a car before, and while not "easy" it wasn't the hardest thing I have done.
Finding a truck like yours with a 6 spd will be a chore as well. While considering the swap, I would be looking for a truck that already has the 6 spd.
It took me 8 months to find mine, and while not equipped exactly as I wanted (color, trim), I got the 6 spd long bed CC and love it.
Real cars have 3 Pedals!!!
Silver 2007 F250 Crew Cab, XLT, Long Bed, 4x4, 08 Tailgate, 6 SPEED MANUAL