I have been accumulating boxes and boxes of parts I have accumulated the last year and a half from Dan and Onur that I am finally getting around to installing, along with doing some other cleaning up and refreshening to the old Mountain Goat. The game plan: New fuel filter, new fuel sock, new fuel regulator, new fuel injectors, reman alt as mine is going out (still charging but dimming lights horribly with other accessories on), new belts, new intake hose, increasing from 10k to 15k cst for the fan clutch, all new firewall and radiator hoses, rad cap, a sweet TEQ oil cap, fuel cap, spark plugs, valve cover gasket, and fresh oil change, new battery cables from @Fourrunner, and my BH3D TEQ front emblem from @bhicks. I am probably forgetting some of the things I am going through. The last couple days I have been wrenching an hour or two at a time due to helping out with the one month old. I started out by removing the bonnet. It is so much easier to get to everything I need with the lid suspended from the rafters. I got the upper plenum off, removed alternator, removed distributor/installed new o-ring, got the valve cover off, removed alternator, removed and draining the fan clutch, removed distributor/ re-installed with new o-ring. The spark plugs looked great, no indication of steam cleaning. I "should have" done the head gasket tests but there has never been any indication of problems in that department (insert knock on wood smiley here). Today I will remove fuel rail, fuel filter, filter sock, and installing my new battery cables. Now I am going to consider junking my EGR the "mostly Toyota way" I am already in there so I am highly considering removing the pipe, grinding out a block off plate, and ridding myself of this monstrosity if i can get to the bolts for the egr tube. I was just into the Mountain Goat I will assess if it can be done with lower intake on or if I should just pull the lower intake since I am already so close.