First of all, this is NOT a one-person job. I suggest 2 to remove, 3 to re-install the tank. I had this sucker so empty, it barely made it a mile to the gas station when we were done, and it was still a BITCH.
Tank removed from the car:
Sending unit/pump/strainer (OEM) next to the new Walbro pump:
Debris on the rim of the tank. This was removed by putting duct tape around the INSIDE of the lip of the tank, sticky side up, then gently brushing the debris onto the tape for removal. You don't want to use vacuum here. One little spark can ruin your whole day:
Broken pieces of the baffle that were removed:
Assembly ready for install:
The baffle shouldn't cause any problems, as it cracked on the upper portion. The 93 still has a more accurate and stable sending unit than the 95 anyway. On of my strap bolt anchors broke during install, and I have it rednecked now. I'll have to order the retainer nut and a new bolt for a 15min fix later.