Seen different ways to do what your planning, first you need to make sure you have no leaks in tanks. I made a fitting to pressurize tank to no more than 3 psi for 300 gal and 5psi for 500 gal. No since doing anything till you know tanks are good. As far as pumps I have seen them plumded into bottom bunge on tank, then braced with strap to top bunge as all you need to do is support pump. I would just shorten stands to your desired height. I have a few of my fuel customers that have done this, and havent had any problems. One of my customers put a post in the ground between his tanks and secured both pumps to it, worked out real nice that way.
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