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I just finished replacing my fuel gauge. I decided it would be easier to remove the bed rather than the fuel tank. I figued that it also would be easier to put back the bed than the tank. I didn't want to spill diesel fuel all over.
The bed removal is easy. Remove 8 bolts, ground strap, fuel filler lines, and unplug the tail lights. It took about 15 minutes to remove the bed, 10 minutes to replace my fuel gauge, and 15 to put the bed back. I would do it this way again if I had to. I have some pictures of it , Jason if you want I'll type up the steps for a project. Let me know. Thought I'd share this with anyone that needs to do work on their fuel tank, just another way of doing it.
Now I have to fill my tank and see if the gauge works now, hope I replaced the bad part, I'll let you all know.
 

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Just me and my dad, it's really not very heavy. Then I just braced it up with a 2x4. It was really easy.
 
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