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my tanks have fuel running out of them somewhere, could be the tank, sending unit rotted, lines i have no clue? I need to know if anything on the tanks has to be disconnected prior to dropping tank. I dont want to rip any wires or lines i guess is what im trying to figure out is if the tank connections have enough line to allow it to drop to the ground. Its a 95 bye the way thanks guys
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my tanks have fuel running out of them somewhere, could be the tank, sending unit rotted, lines i have no clue? I need to know if anything on the tanks has to be disconnected prior to dropping tank. I dont want to rip any wires or lines i guess is what im trying to figure out is if the tank connections have enough line to allow it to drop to the ground. Its a 95 bye the way thanks guys
I'm not sure of the tank placement on a 95 but if they are under the bed, it would be easier to pull the bed.

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I agree with clay....3-4 guys can easily lift a bed off of a truck and that makes it much easier to find a leak as the tank and lines are undesturbed
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