Put in a new fuel filter last night. I had bought one earlier in the week when it started to hum real bad. Had every intention on working on it last night. It just so happened I didn't quite make it home from work. The durn thing quit at the entrance to the neighborhood. All-in-all not that bad. I had a neighbor tow me home and I worked on it in the street instead of the driveway. Minor inconvenience. I did learn a few things though. Thought I would share: 3 bolts front and 3 bolts back for the skid plate. The straps are on a "hinge" at the front of the tank. * Drop the tailgate and you can access all of the nut/bolts for the skid plate and tank straps. After that it's all pretty straightforward. I just didn't realize how to get to the nuts and bolts in the rear until I dropped the tailgate.