I didn't do it, but mine has had it done. In fact, I just ordered a new tank (which should be here tomorrow or Friday) because the old one has so much rust in it. So, I will try to get some pictures when we do the new one. I can tell you that the previous owner, cut an access hole in the floor of the rear area, to the right of center, to access the pump location. It sure makes it easier to replace the pump. I will try to get the pictures in the next couple of days. Please stand by.
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