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In case you couldn't tell, the "quick" part is important. Can somebody help me out? Is there anything special I need to know other than loosening the straps and using a jack to lower it?

BTW, this is on a '68 El Camino.

Thanks.

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I know nothing about El Caminos, so hopefuly someone will pipe in here - I just wanted to say don't forget about the fuel sender ground wire - I forgot once and pulled the connector off at the frame.

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I used one of those cheap plastic squeeze ball syphons to drain the tank. It helps a lot if the tank is hanging over something like a driveway apron so that it is higher than the gas can.
 

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I used a small pallet on the jack to give me a wider platform - easier with two people - one steadies the tank - the other lowers the jack -

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