2000 Ford F250 Clutch Master / Slave Replacement Tips Needed

I have done clutch master / slave on Hondas which are solid metal and metal tubing. I have also bled a 1998 B4000 clutch. Now doing a
replacement job for friend and have the new master / slave. Other that appearing that these are all plastic parts, any procedure tips to watch for ?
Thanks in advance,
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Found local shop to print the AllData steps. This year truck does NOT use a bleed screw/ nipple like most other slave cylinders. You have to do several awkward steps to remove the slave/raise the tube, raise the truck, pump the slave in reverse/ watch for bubbles, re-install, push the clutch pedal 25 times slow...more and more and more.... !!!!!!
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