First of all, Hello to everyone! I'm currently getting my 83 K20 ready for a snowplow. I'm almost there (long story) and yesterday morning the one fuel tank that works decided to spring a leak. It is leaving a sizeable puddle underneath it and I only put 5 gallons in the tank, so I don't think this is something i can "just live with" ... so something needs to be done. Exploring options .... #1, patch the tank with some kind of fuel safe epoxy. #2, switch left and right tanks #3, try to re-route the fuel system so it can pull fuel from the driver's side tank (currently only the driver's side works) #4, purchase new tank. So, I really don't want to spend a lot of money, but more than that I'm running out of time to get this truck ready for snow. I think opt #1 might be a waste of time, it's a sizeable leak and there are probably more to come. Option #2 is as twice as much work as #4, but costs next to nothing. #4 costs about 80 bucks if i can save the straps. I wouldn't mind getting the driver's tank to work, but what i've found with this truck is that to get anything to work you have to replace EVERYTHING.... so I'm not sure how that fuel selector system works, and if there is a valve under the truck, that could get spendy, i'm afraid. I wish i could just get a different truck, but this thing runs so good I can't just "throw it away" I'm open to ideas and suggestions. thanks for any input!