Well, with everything I've read so far on removing the tank, it seems I'm in for a nightmare.
My son suggested hooking one end of a chain to the tank and the other to his truck. I told him to stand by... that might be needed.
Any last minute advice will be appreciated... I'm going out in a few hours to get dirty.
Actually removing the tank wasn't that big of a deal for me. I think it went much easier and faster than removing the stainless floorpan. As suggested earlier, take something and either cut or break off the fiberglass cover that surrounds the tank. Make sure there are not any hoses or lines connected to the tank. Next, either cut the bands that are holding the tank up as I did, or either remove the bolts that the bands are attached to. Once that is done, you should be able to pull the tank down and pull it out the rear access door.. That tank is Stainless and worth a few bucks at the scrap yard.