This has got to be the most god awful miserable job I've done in quite some time. It seemed like it would be so easy. This is for an 86 CUCV, but the tank setup is the same as any 86 pickup. Anyway, here's my question: when raising the tank, how do you attach the fuel lines so they don't bind and kink up when you raise it the rest of the way? I swear I attached them (sending unit to steel lines) with very little slack and with it raised as high as possible so that my arms could barely fit in there. Even so, after raising it up (and attaching all the bolts, of course) the lines are seriously kinked up. It's like you have to have the box off the truck to do this job or something. What's the trick? Added: I didn't mention that I'm using new fuel line, so I have to decide how short to make them. I had to destroy the originals to get the tank down. The problem is that I'm making them too long I guess, but if I make them any shorter, I don't know how I'll get them connected.