OK fellows, I found the magic formula that is not anywhere noted in the FSM. This applies to 91-95 Toyota PU's, both 2 and 4wd. 1- Disconnect Battery Neg-yeah, I am paranoid 2- Parking Brake On. 3- Release pressure in fuel system. If you had a leak like me, that is really not a concern. But if not, do so. 4- Remove the 6, 12mm bolts that hold the tank skid. Set aside. This makes a great place to hold the bolts. 5- Drain Tank by removing drain bolt at the bottom rear of the tank. Depending on your grade in your driveway, all of the gas might not drain out. I say that for future reference when you are moving it and gas comes out the line in your face-ask me how I know. 6- Place two jacks or anything of the like to support the tank. 7- Remove the wheel well plastic toward the fuel filler by removng the closest 4 10mm bolts. It will be obvious which ones so you can access the the hoses. Pull the well back. You will see the filler hose and the vent hose. Remove them from the hard line on the fuel filler i.e. that which is attached to the bed. 8- Remove the 6 bolts, 3 front/3 rear that hold the tank to the chassis. At this point you want to make sure that the jacks/whatever are close to the bottom of the tank because it will begin to fall. 9- Remove the fuel sender wiring and the fuel pump wiring. 10- Tilt the end closest to the cab downward and let it rest on the ground. At this point it did not seem necessary to use any jack becasue the fuel filler line and the vent line held it up. 11- Remove the 2 12mm bolts that hold the fuel lines onto the tank. 12- Remove the two rubber lines and then the pressure fitting on the hard line (14mm and then maybe a 18mm. I used an adj. crescent so I am not sure on the 18mm). WATCH OUT for gas. You are going to right under those lines and they are full. 13- Pull tank forward and down and you are good to go. If I knew this prior, this would would have been no more than a 30 minute job-unless of course you have a lot of rust-which I did not have.