Ended up getting this kit. Even with 20 bucks shipping it was cheaper.
http://www.amsmotorsports.com/shop/ind/ ... l-kit.html
It was super hard to get the EGR out. There is no space to get anything on the nut to loosen the tube going to the exhaust manifold. It's about 24mm but you can't get a normal 24mm wrench or crescent wrench on it. I had to cut the pipe with a dremmel. Also, while taking it out I broke the plastic coupler for the heater hose line. It was old and had already broken off some inside the driver side line that I didn't bust while taking it out.
The driver side EGR tube had to be cut also because of the size of the EGR end and I needed it out my way. I was able to get that with a reciprocating saw. The passenger side tube was pretty easy. When working on the EGR I put a big cardboard box on the engine so I could lay on it. That helped a lot.
Also, if you have the EGR temp sensor like I did you need a 68k Ohm resistor.
I don't know what I would have done if I wanted to replace the EGR. I guess maybe buy a 24mm wrench and cut it in half to try and fit it in there. I was kind of lucky that my exhaust manifold bolt had come loose since that was one less thing to do. It's nice to have that exhaust leak plugged now.