Obviously, we only drop the tanks as it's easier on the lift. So pick a method that works for you.
You might consider upgrading to a DS1 if you have an older module and a DSV if you have an in tank module. No fuel slosh issues with these. I would also recommend upgrading the line as well, but that's just me.
Hook up your electrical connections in the engine compartment first, dropping the long connector where it will be away from the steering, but run along the factory lines. At the same time, hook up the VP adapter, barbed fitting and hose. Also drop with the wiring. Drag loose ends towards tank end, going over cross members and or skid plates.
Drop the tank or whatever. Get the hoses mounted to the tank before you cut any hose!!
Mount the lift pump. Only now can you cut the hoses long. Install fittings after hoses are cut to length and routed properly.
Hook up the wiring harness.
Start from the front, zip tie the hose and wiring harness to the original lines. When you get to the rear and you have a large loop of wiring, make a loop, zip tie one end flat. Opposite of that, zip tie flat again. Put excess in frame rail towards cab.
Bleed system and enjoy!