I did some other things to it today, to clear my mind on the issue, and went back to it. I was able to pull fuel from the tank at the end of the hose before it connects to the chrome fuel line with only 2 -3 pumps of a hand pump. I pulled the line off the Holley 670 Street Avenger, and checked AGAIN if there were any obstruction on the inlet, none. Checked the brass filter, clean as a whistle. I used my mirror to check the needle to see if it was open, yep it is. I could not try to fire it up do to running the battery down last night. I have it on the charger now, and will try it in the am. Craziest thing.
Poncho - The fuel switch/valve is new, and using the switch, it moves between tanks with no problem, and I can verify that by blowing compressed air through the lines from up front, and my son under the truck checking the air on the outlets. Fuel gauge reads correctly on both tanks. This is crazy. I just may have it whipped, but due to dead battery I will not find out till tomorrow.