Hello all, I'm new to the forum having just picked up a 2000 Tundra Access Cab. I am very active on the Saabcentral forums (Frank_Drebin) for the NG900's/9³ series and have been wrenching on my Swedish PITAs for a few years now. The truck has 60k miles on it but has a cracked exhaust manifold on the driver's side. I ordered the headers last week and they should arrive today. After speaking to my local exhaust site and seeing the ridiculous Flat-Rate hrs listed on Alldata (14hrs), I have decided that I am going to tackle the job myself. After reading a lot of the posts on the site I see that I basically need to make sure I have several different sizes of 14mm sockets, wrenches and a ratcheting 14mm wrench, some PB blaster, a 12" breaker bar, 18pack of Coors Light and some patience. I'll be taking a lot of pictures and plan on doing a complete writeup when I'm done. What helpful advice or "oh by the way, make sure you..." do you guys who have done this have to offer? I am hoping to be able to reuse the existing studs. How many of you were able to do just that and who had to replace their's and why? Thanks in advance and I look forward to learning from you guys going forward.