Ok, I'm tired of fooling with this fuel system. This is my first attempt at anything like this Diesel to 350 TBI conversion. I thought the best thing to do was keep all the factory stuff so that parts are easy to find, everything works together, and reliability. Maybe not. It's tough as @#$ to find a TBI tank that goes outside the rails. On top of that, I have yet to find a good one (without busted baffles). So, I'm looking for opinions/facts on fuel pumps/tanks. I've heard a bunch of stuff but how much is fact or fiction, I don't know. Maybe you TBI/EFI guys can put me on the right trail? So, why would I want it in the tank? In the tank is cheaper (about 1/2 the price), (supposedly) more reliable, and easier to find in your average parts house. Only problem is, it is hard to access, and hard to find the right tank. I shied away from using the diesel tank with an in-line pump for the following reasons. It costs about twice as much, so for the same amount I can put a new pump in the tank and carry an extra (which are already more reliable I'm told). In-line TBI pumps are also not readily available in your average parts house. One other thing, with the diesel tank, it seems I would still have the problem of running out of gas on extreme angles because there is no baffle. So, what do ya'll think? Is my thinking right? Have I missed anything? Maybe I should just get a fuel cell and put it in the bed? I'm guessing that would eliminate the baffles problem but I would need an in-line pump? Starting to wish I'd put a Q-Jet on this thing, I would already be driving it by now. 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.