I've seen guys cut out a hole in the floor right above the opening I the tank then self tap plate right over for future fuel jobs. I would do that if I needed to
The last time I removed my tank, I did it in my driveway by myself with a jack & it really wasn't too bad. As long a you're careful not to break wiring/fuel connections, it's fairly smooth. You can look up gas tank skid install instructions for good pictures on the process.
That being said...if the tank is rather full it can be a PITA
Rockwells in a jeep TJ with a built supercharged V8
I couple more pics of the 4-links done. This one you can see the supercharger setup as well ;-)..
We have swapped the steering knuckles and are atempting to put the steering arm between the bottom 4-link and the drive line. It's going to be tight but nice if it doesn't touch when flexing it out!
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Thats pretty savvy, my cb is quite large so its center dash.
Almost savvy. A savvy version would recognize that two small screws into thin sheet metal is not quite as good as two larger fine thread machine screws into nutserts. It's also slightly more savvy if you keep the height tucked down as low to the dash as possible for better viewing sorta like this.
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