For the newer guys, I got a few tips for changing out your spark plugs that I only recently found myself.
plug #7 - use a swivel joint at the base of the socket and run as many extensions as you can find. route the extensions through the brake line loops on the inner fender and connect you ratchet on the other side. This will give you a good angle on the swivel joint and all the space in the world for your ratchet.
plug #'s 8 and 6 - Use your socket connected straight to your ratchet and crawl behind the pass side tire. You can fit your arm through the inner wheel well and the engine compartment and get to your plugs from there a lot easier then you can from up top. It's also a lot easier to remove and replace your plug boots from under there.
I know this may seem like common knowledge to most people but I only discovered this today. I guess I was always so focused on the job at hand that I never thought "there has to be another way". I've been busting my knuckles and creating new 4 letter words for 2 years because of this
Don't be like me, think differently and save your knuckles