So, I loaded up one of my other trucks to take over to the shop with me to keep from having to walk back. Solid axles for days! The I pulled the HD in the shop and popped the hood to let it cool down. While I waited, I mowed the grass at the shop and even bush hogged part of the field. I started on the passenger's side. Gotta pull the intake, intercooler pipe, FICM, the bracket under it, fuel filter head, high pressure lines, upper valve cover, lower valve cover, fuel return line, injector hold downs, and then pop the injectors out. Since they had been taken out 32,000 miles ago everything was smooth sailing and none of the cups came out. I'm probably going to go get started on the driver's side here in a little bit. I plan to ship the injectors out tomorrow morning. I'm ready to have them back and get it running. It's getting new, stainless lines and, of course, all of the copper crush washers get replaced. Injectors, return lines, etc, and new o rings for the injectors. Lincoln Diesel will give these a baseline test and a cleaning, then swap the nozzles out for some 45% over SAC style, balance them, and send them back with a flow sweet. I think it'll run me about 1500 bucks and however much new lines cost. About half the price of a full new set of injectors and I don't have to fork out 1000 bucks for labor.