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I agree with the others. Adding one after the fact is very difficult and very spendy. The easiest route would be to put a higher capacity alternator on instead of your factory alternator.
Whenever people are ordering a new truck, I always tell them to order the dual alternators if they even have an itch that they may need it in the future. The $300 at time of order is small compared to after the fact.
Good luck with your quest,
2004 F250 Lariat, Diesel 6.0L, 5spd auto,4x4 FX4, True Blue/Med Parchment, Camper Package, Cab lights, Dual Alternators, AIC, Power Sliding Rear window, 12.5k receiver hitch.
Add-ons: Headache Rack, Brush Guard, B&W Hidden Hitch & Daytime Running Lights, PIAA 520 series driving lights, boost/tranny gauges, Dahl 100 fuel filter/water separator, Prodigy brake controller, air horns, high visibility LED signals (below doors).
In-the-works: Onboard air, Aux. fuel/Toolbox combo, Thermocouple installation.
Ordered on: 03/29/04.
Arrived on: 04/28/04.
SIGNED: 05/01/04 Whoop!
Recall 04B24: Installed 02/15/05.