Lisle 22100 part# is what I used a few weeks back. Then you don't have to pull the starter. I got it for around 34 buck also has the 36 mm 12 point socket with it , if your near Wichita Ks you could use mine.
Rotate the engine over until you see a threaded hole in the flywheel. I forget what the size of bolt that you need is, but if you have a bucket of bolts lying around then your fine. Find one that threads in, then put your breaker bar or big ASS ratchet or impact. I would NOT recommend bumping the starter, but what do I know, good luck.
It only fits with the radiator out, but its one of those titanium Ingersols. You cant back the bolt all the way out with it, but you can break it loose. The only large breaker bar I had at the house was one of those long harbor freight specials. They break easy, so I said the hell with it and snatched my radiator and broke that thing loose with my gun.
Just curious what made you decide to put one on your truck. These are mainly used for trucks that are pushing BIG horse power and that want to extend the RPM's in tuning. Fill out your signature if you don't mind.