The 08-10 6.4 Ford trucks take a Cummins well- and many 6.4 owners are finding out they don't like the 6.4 diesel much better than the 6.0. The 2008-2010 Ford is a great truck otherwise.
The flat rate labor for the 2008-2010 6.4 Ford to Cummins
conversion service is $6000.00 (no parts or engine included)
when using the stock automatic transmission. If you have the
transmission model, conversion labor is $500.00 cheaper. Parts, including an
engine are going to set you back at least 12,500. The cruise
will work, and your factory gauges too.
About the 5R110 automatic transmission- see my specific page for more details- but yeah it does work behind a Cummins with custom tuning. The challenge in an 08-10 truck is that the stock system has not been figured out yet, so you have to use the PCS controller or a stand alone 6.0 TCM if you want to stick with the 5R110. My personal recommendation for the 08 to 10 trucks is to use a 6.7 and a 68RFE if you want an automatic.
If you would rather pick up a cutting torch or a shovel than a computer you might want to seriously consider a 6 speed manual trans swap while I am at it. As you may know the 6-speed manual was a rare option in the 08-10 trucks anyway- so finding one with a manual trans is tough. If a manual is really what you want and you have the money why not?
Call or email me with more questions if you have any. Jason at Super Duty Conversions- Kalispell, Montana