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As far as I know, your two best options are reinstalling and choosing the partitions as you wish or editing /etc/fstab to mount the SSD every time you boot. This will mount it in the place you choose and essentially just act like another separate drive.

Here is a guide to messing around with /etc/fstab: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/4/html/Introduction_To_System_Administration/s2-storage-mount-fstab.html

I would just go ahead and reinstall. Cleans up the system and also makes it a lot easier.