Yes. I had to do that on July 4th, 1998, a month after my warranty expired. I did it in a few hours, and had the truck on the road in time for lunch, but give yourself a whole day to do it.
get a FelPro 1-piece gasket. It comes with these really trick little alignment studs that makes the installation simple. You'll need to crank the engine so that the timing mark on the balancer is at TDC. That will help give you clearence later.
Drain the oil and the radiator.
Remove the 4 bolts holding the fan shroud on, and slide the shroud over the fan, towards the engine.
Remove the radiator.
Remove the bolts for the motor mounts, and put a floor jack with a large piece of wood under the front of the oil pan.
Slowly jack up the front of the engine just enough to slide a piece of 1x4 in between each motor mount and the frame.
Let the jack back down.
Remove the pan bolts, and let the pan rest on the crossmember.
Reach into the pan, and loosen the two bolts that hold the pump pickup tube, and let the pickup drop into the pan.
Slide the pan out.
Clean the gasket surfaces with Brakleen, and follow the directions on the gasket box to reinstall the pan with the new gasket.
Do everything above backwards to reinstall.