In theory, that's about it. But on the driver side you also need to pull off the intake plenum. On the passenger side it's the coolant lines running to the heater core. Also expect to have to pull the spark plug wires on whichever side, mark them to make installing easier.
You're also going to need a 12pt socket of the correct size if you don't already have. In all honesty, I can't recall the size and can't find the socket I used for it. It's one of two important 12pt bolts I've found on the truck, the other being the one between the hub and rotor.
My tie rods all came with the boots. Might as well get the whole set including the drop arm rebuild kit, and do them all at once. It may be easy if they come off ok. Could potentially be a shop job if they're rusted on too much. Some guys just replace the whole tie rod to make it easier on themselves.
My oil line fix
My 100k stopped odometer fix
Brace for impact, I'm in a "modifying mood". Massive thread count inbound.