1st couple are how much fun it is getting the 41's off the truck and onto rims only to get it in the garage, Redenck 101 take the wheels off, install rims on non-steerable coaster's and drive the sucker the rest of the way in on them .
One thing to note is that you will notice that the sump hole is drilled/cut at an offest of +/- 1 cm back from the dimple where the stock fuel pickup is (inside of the tank), the reason for this is because the sealing area/gasket on the hellman sum is so large that if you were to cut it even with that dimple, a portion of your sump sealing are ends up on the downward curve of the tank istelf. With the hole cut like this the entire sealing area on the tank is flat and level. I also measured the gasket prior to the cut and it fit perfectley between the bolt holes and the dimple.
I didn't have time to finish my skid plate conversion, it will cover up the sump and protect it at the same time as well as the fuel line. I will post up those pics in a couple weeks. Lots more work/finalizing to come when i get time... Back on 23 & 5 so time is very scarce.