You sound like you have the same kind of luck I do. A full tank will need to be drained; otherwise, you will be fighting a bear to remove it. One other option is to remove the bed. It sounds extreme, but I have found on trucks that are not rusted and the bolts are in good shape, it is easier. I was able to replace a fuel pump in a Dakota in about 40 minutes. Took the bed off, and I had full access to the tank and fuel pump. When you remove tanks, it always seems that the straps are rusted in place or break when you remove them. So, that is just a thought for you.
Let me know how it goes.
Friday, July 26th, 2013 AT 7:01 PM