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Pulling the cab off the chassis on an F350 CC/LB

Hey guys, I searched but couldnt find any info on this. Im doin my 1st head gasket and stud job on a 6.0L in a lifted 2005 F350 crew cab dually (many accessories!). I know this is pretty common to perform this procedure and there are many experienced individuals that have done these, I just cant seem to find any to ask. Are there any decent manuals available to provide quality info and precautions toward cab removal and replacement? I don't want to remove certain components and find out later it wasn't necessary. I looked the job over and there appears to be several different methods to remove the brake lines/abs, eng wires, hoses and other connections, but I want to make sure I do this correctly and the most efficient way possible. Therefore, minimizing any chances of trouble or time wasted later. Thanks.

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Thanks for the help my man. I agree on the removal of the master cylinder rather than disconnecting brake lines. I was very curious about that part b/c the area is very tight. Thanks again.

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