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The Southbend kit is pretty spot on (I'm on my second one - not because of failure, because I needed more clutch due to mods). Your kit is the one I had - now I have the SFDD3250-6-ORG. It's one of the easier clutches to replace all things considered. Lot's of room to work, relatively easy access to the bolts. 1/4 turn slave cylinder.
Ensure you have the upgraded fork is about the only thing I can think of. You're in there anyway - might as well ensure you have that in there too.
When putting the rear mount up - do not tighten anything until all the bolts are at least started - makes it a heck of a lot easier to assemble the braces.
Make sure the output shaft rotates the input shaft to ease alignment - other than that it pretty straight forward. The rear seal is a joy, that's for sure. I did *not* rent the tool. 2x4 across and a good mallet to drive it home.
01 F350 Dually 4x2 Long 7.3 - Manual - Mods: Hutch, Harpoon, Remote Fuel Filter, Dual Disk Southbend Clutch, Heim Joint, Gauges, Disabler, 08 Tail w/Camera, Pioneer Head w/Lockpick, Exhaust Brake, Rails, Air Raid, 06 Headlights, 50 cent, Air Bags, Hydra, Riff Raff Boots, AFE Blade Runner intake, CNC HPOP lines, Banks Monster Turbo Back 4 inch, Billet Aluminum Plenums, ATS Boost Fooler, AFE Wastegate, Bellowed Up Pipes, Garret Powermax Ball Bearing Turbo, 160/30's, Moroso Pan, CnC 4 Fuel X-Over, CxRacing Intercooler Pipes. Coming next: ?? Wish list: Train horn, 4x4 conversion.
06 Mustang GT - GCC spec (Infidels May be closer than they appear) (SOLD)
16 Sonata Hybrid - Gas saver
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