Went to the shop to pick up my cam and lifters, couldn't stand to wait, so bought poly body and engine mounts. Started at 3pm on Sturday, "wrapped up" just after midnight. Ran into just a few problems. I'm *guessing* from reading previous posts, that the rear most body mount is different between the years. There was no way in heck that I could have swapped the mounts without pulling the tank, and thats what took so long..couldn't siphon the gas (nothing to put it in) and it was about 25 gallons worth. Anyways, the instructions say to discard the rear bushing "holder" which doubles as the nuts for the bumper supports on either corner. I just cut the top of that mount off, so that the bushing could sit on it, and kind of hold it in place. I can't imagine trying to remove those two nuts they want you to use, on either side, through the frame. Of course, the upper core support bushings that came from a donor truck were already poly (good waste of time pulling those lol) so I ended up with two spares. I also spent a lot of time drilling two holes in each "cup" washer that holds the lower bushing in place on both mounts, since they hold water and rust everything so bad. Cheap drill bits don't last long. Other than pulling the tank, the most difficult thing was jacking the body up high enough to remove the old mounts. Since the suspension lifts the truck up as you try and remove the body weight, it takes a lot of wood blocks. Instructions were easy enough to follow, although I didn't quite grasp that you had to strip the rubber from the front body mounts and re-use the metal. Nowhere was there mention that the tank would be in the way for that back mount "bracket". It was SO close to coming out of the small hole at the back of the frame (where the rear crossmember attaches to either frame rail) but it just wouldn't fit. Went out and tried to find something to twist the truck up on, but living in the city sucks for that. Finally found a small pile of broken concrete to pull a wheel up on, and at least so far, all the creaks and other noises the body used to make, are gone.