1) Read my DIY on my 5.0 swap. I go over your different flywheel/starter options. I picked going with the 95 F150 route b/c it was the most cost effective option to get a setup that works with the 5.0's 50oz imbalance. When I had my old 3.8N/A, my the SC flywheel was a better fit.
2) As far as the clutch line is concerned, I had one made at a local hydraulic shop with a compression fitting 1/2 way down the 4' line. This set me back ~$75 locally and was totally worth it as I can now disconnect the transmission without crawling under and trying to disconnect the often-gummed up "quick disconnect" fitting on the hydraulic slave that's INSIDE the bellhousing.
You basically install it with the push pins at each end and trans removal is a snap. While the long may require you to ziptie some excess to the side, the bonus of having a long line is that it can allow the transmission to drop down to the floor without tearing the line (learned that lesson once)
Mine was purchased from Royal Brass in San Jose. (408) 297-6642. I think someone else was able to get these folks to mail order them the line they needed but you'll have to call to check
(2) Hydraulic clutch Lines - transmission to compression fitting and master cyl to compression fitting
Clutch Slave to Compression fitting BQ303HF35HFIM28-24.00
Clutch Master to Compression fitting BQ303HF62HF09-24.00
You will also need (4) sleeves for the SS lines to each connector BQ251SV
- I do seem to recall that there might have been a male/female mishap in the part numbers I had written down at one time (not sure if I fixed it). If you do decide to order a line, ask them to confirm that these two pieces quoted will screw into each other (they will be able to tell by looking at the part numbers).
- If you use the hydraulic line I spec'd out or the SC hydraulic line, you will need to also use the SC and not the F150 Slave Hydraulic Clutch (the donut that goes into the bellhousing). I learned from experience that even if the F150 clutch slave is a little cheaper, the spacing on the fitting is different so a SC clutch line won't work with the F150 clutch slave.
3) Other people have reported that a clutch line from a Viper works as well. Centric #15163001 (mislabeled at Rockauto as a brake line). While it's SS and a little longer than the SC one (plus), it's also ~$130. Since it has the same crappy not-so-quick detach fitting, you are left with the same PITA to remove problem that my custom hydraulic line fixed -- for less money, too.