63 Impala convertible fuel filler line
It appears that the rip-out of the old parts appears rather simple. Installing all new parts also looks easy. Is replacing the fuel filler line as easy as it looks?
Parts look like less that $100 (filler grommet, filler line, connection hose and clamps). If it is as simple as disconnecting the hose from the tank, tearing out the filler grommet, removing all the old stuff, and then replacing everything in the reverse order, I expect it would take about an hour.
I don't see any hot work, but I may be wrong. So if the tank is not near full, the tank does not need to be drained. Is that correct?
Any helpful hints from those who have tackled the job?