Here's the part where it got tricky for me. I'm already running the Poly Performance transmission skid, so the front Fuel tank skid has to rest on top of the Transmission skid. I was able to get it up there, and the rear of the assembly level through trial and error. Remember, I was by myself and another set of hands would of really helped out, but I got it done. This presented the problem of starting the two 3/8" countersunk bolts that attached the front of the fuel skid to the rear of the transmission skid.
The only way to reach it is through an access beside the passenger downpipe. I have skinny arms so I was able to reach, but it was extremely tight.
Then, I couldn't get the nut over the transmission crossmember and I didn't have my magnet? Whatever will I do? I got my trusty tube o' Goop and tacked it to my finger... with excellent results.
Next, I made the connections at the rear of the tank, first pic is the evap, then the fuel filler hose and I'm not sure what the other one is in the second pic. There is also a connection at the top of the tank on the line with the T valve that I didn't get a picture of.
Finally, I tightened everything down. I should mention that it took a little raising and lowering of the assembly to get the bolts started. It also uses the stock mounting bolts.
I had every intention of installing my transfer case skid today, but the playoffs were on. Total time of install was about 6 hours, but totally worth it. This thing is really thick and heavy (TWSS) and I fully expect it to work as designed. Oh, here's a link to my Poly Performance Oil pan skid install. https://jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=41083