you could see if there are any shops in your area that can weld a tight bead on something like that. then you could take the tank out and clean it and have the shop cut the bottom off and put a new one on higher. I had no previous welding experiece and I BUILT my own tank. Its only been two months but I havent had any probs yet
Well duh, lifting it up will help that out also. Originally mine was lower than the frame in the front and extended past the spring perch in the rear as you say. It's lifted an inch in the front and 3/4" in the rear and with the front jacked up and the rear laid out, there is clearance, and that's with the spring perches halfway dragged down. It will still fit under the cab with lifting it an inch.SlammedDime said:One problem is not that the gas tank hangs lower, as in my case, however that it extends so far beyond the spring perch, that the rear of the tank can easily be dragged, and the only way to overcome that, is to get a fuel cell.