If its four wheel drive you have to diasemble the whole hub to get the rotor off. You will need a special socket to do the job ( I got mine at Napa), their are two different ones that I know of. Depending on if you have auto hubs or manual. Kind of a pain in the butt job but if you take your time its not that hard. If its two wheel drive I am not sure what you have to do.
1997 PSD f-350 crewcab, auto trans, 4x4, 65k
Mods: 4 in straight exhaust,tymar intake,cobalt series guages, Tony Wildman chip, sonnax/tricumulator springs, leveling kit with 35's,
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