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Hey guys I have a 2006 Ford F-150 XLT. It is a 4.6 4x4, and I have done some of the normal things to it. It is sitting on FX4 wheels, has a K&N cold air intake, a custom Magnaflow exhaust, an Edge Evolution programmer, an Alpine Sound system and tinted windows. I do have some questions about some things I want/need to do to it though:

1. Has anybody put a Coyote 5.0 and the Six-speed tranny from the 2011+ trucks into one of these? If so, how hard is this? Any links to a write-up on how to do it would be appreciated!

2. Also looking to replace the seats. Anybody know if the seats from an '09-'14 will bolt straight in, or should I just go with the best set I can get from an '04-'08?

Thanks in advance for any answers!
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