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Procomp Traction bar mounting help

I'm in the process of mounting a set of procomp traction bars on my 2006 crew cab short box with a 6" lift, since I just destroyed a set of leafs and the rear section of my driveshaft. The issue started when I was about to drill the holes for the front mounts. The passenger side was no issue, but on the drivers side the fuel tank is so close to the frame I cannot get up there to move the lines running inside the frame. Anyone else have this problem, how did you fix it? Any help would be great.

2006 F350 Crew Cab Short Box
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