Ok, I have been futzing around with the fuel system on this TBI conversion for too long. I've been looking for an outside the rail, small (short) TBI tank for some time. Why you ask? Why not run an inline 15psi TBI pump? I want an original TBI tank with the pump in the tank for 2 reasons. One, the in tank pumps are much cheaper. I can put a new one in and carry an extra (which I *will* do) for less than a decent external pump. And, two, they have baffled tanks and you don't (generally) have to worry about burning them up by running them dry. I've also heard they last longer due to the cooling from being in the tank. Only down side is the access problems but that won't be an issue with what I have planned. Anyway, I found/bought the first one about 3 months ago. Short bed (small) TBI tank, typical long bed tank (larger) is too long after cutting the frame down for shorter wheel base. Small dent on one end but looked good. Not smart enough to look inside before I got back. Got home and not only is the baffle broken loose (they are plastic) but it is FULL of rust. Looked good outside but in a hard wreck the force of the gas rushing forward will (apparently) tear these things off. So, call the yard, says he has another and will swap, so I go back a week or so later. This one is absolutely pristine, looks brand new and no dents at all. Plastic skid even has no marks (like I would use a plastic skid). It was already out (first warning) and I was in a hurry so I just swapped and ran. Too stupid to learn from my first mistake, but, in my defense, it looked perfect. Couple days later get around to checking it out and find that the baffle has a small hole in the bottom, just big enough that it would not work on sustained extreme angles. Call back again, he has no others. Says, "check back in a week or two". Months have passed and still no tank... So, now to my question ("FINALLY!", you say!). Does anyone know of a way to fix a small hole in those plastic baffles? Other than a hole (smaller than the size of a dime) this tank is perfect. Suggestions? The tank also has allot of dirt in it (setting open at the yard I think) but no rust at all. Any suggestions on the best way to clean it out? Never tried cleaning out a tank like this before. In the past, if I got a tank full of gunk, it was always on a carb engine. There I just put a cheap pre-filter in line and checked/changed/flushed it frequently. Can't do that (realistically) with a FI pump. I'm thinking just get some gas in a can, slosh it around, and pour it out the top port. Maybe filter it through a cloth and repeat. Then I just gotta figure out how to ditch the trashy gas... Russ 85 K30 CUCV, 350 TBI, TH400, 205, D60/C14, 4.56 Locked Some day: 4" lift, 44" tires, massive cutting, shorter wb and rear overhang.