If Your familiar with clutch installations at all a LUK into a manual trans PSD is no different.....the parts are bigger & HEAVIER. The OEM flywheel is something like 85# and the LUK is 55 or 60#. Rent a good transmission jack and have a helper around. Son & I did Mine about 3 yrs ago in a day including straight piping the exhaust. We kept the transmission & T-case together and supported the back of the engine with a 2X4 & bottle jack. We used my floor jack under the T-case, the transmission jack under the ZF.. We pulled the top cover with the shifter off the top of the ZF and just removed the T-case lever from the shift mechanism and left the lever in the shift boot. We installed a new master & slave cylinder & clutch fork at the same time. Took a while to bleed the system but wasn't a bad job. The LUK kit is complete with T/O bearing, pilot bearing, flywheel, clutch plate and all new bolts for pressure plate & flywheel and alignment tool. Even has grease for the input shaft and clutch fork. My rear main seal was dry as a bone so I didn't R&R the rear seal but it's a perfect time for the job if Yours has any signs of leakage.