Still took a couple of evenings but beats crawling all over the truck trying to get at bellhousing, torque coverter, starter bolts. They really pack the engines back down in there. Couple hours pulling some the hoses and draining coolant then 4 cuts and you remove the truck from the engine. Nothing on the truck was too sacred. The front section of frame is fully boxed and double layered but the back by the trans xmember is single C so it cuts like butter with the recip saw. Wheel the lump inside the shop and spend a little longer pulling bolts with perfect access for the impact. Should get a couple hundred at the scrap yard and have one less ugly pile in my yard.