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Author Topic: Looking for a stand  (Read 215 times)

Offline Concretepumper

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Looking for a stand
« on: April 29, 2017, 10:58:11 PM »
I'm looking for a stand 36 inches in length and 20 inch width can be little bigger

Offline Greybeard

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Re: Looking for a stand
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2017, 09:09:03 AM »
CHR Metals is building a powder coated steel stand for my new tank for what I think is a  reasonable price.  Aluminum 'T' slot can make a pretty nice stand, if you don't have any woodworking skills.  Assembling a skinned 2x4 stand, or even a plywood stand, for a tank that size is not terribly complicated.

Buying a new, factory aquarium stand is going to be the most expensive way to go, and honestly, most of them are junk.  Finding a used stand in good condition to hold a specific aquarium is going to be tough.

Offline Poeticlydead

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Re: Looking for a stand
« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2017, 04:08:52 PM »
I'm looking for a stand 36 inches in length and 20 inch width can be little bigger

Hmm interesting dimensions a 40g breeder is 36x18 so a breeder stand may work for you.
What is your tanks dimensions?
Also is this a display stand - does it need to look nice?  If not then you can build one out of some simple 2x4s.
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