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A very quick and easy aquarium stand.
NOTE: If using this on an acrylic aquarium or a large glass aquarium, you will need a sheet of 3/4″ plywood for the top, as well as styrfofoam for the acrylic tank. Styrofoam will also be needed if the glass tank has no bottom trim.
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I don’t advise do that. Especially if you have kids
Wtf is this? This guy will never make it.😀
Can this be done for a 125 gallon aquarium
So ghetto 😂 the homeless mans aquarium setup.
I know you believe that aquariums don't need that support in the middle, but the directions on the tanks say that you do need that middle support. If the tank has any weak spot, the bottom could bust out and then your fish will die. It may work for some, but I like my fish and I don't want them to get killed.
what about the pressure in just two small points… DON'T DO THIS IN YOUR HOUSE… This is so wrong , bad leveling, pressure on bottom is very high in this two spots. No No No
I love it how Joey hasn't changed except for his arms are three times bigger.
Turns out the floors in my house isn’t level. Any particular way I should level the tank?
Can a cinderblock rack be build In a carpeted room?
poor people probs.
idiot HA HA
This is great. I'm going to have to do something like this with my next aquarium (or three).
Is this earthquake safe?
Tanks for the idea 😀
i went with 15 center blocks for my 55 gallon it works great!!!!!!!
Did you used to be overweight? Why’re your clothes 2-3 times your size?
I put my aquarium on the floor, as a home theatre for the cats.
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These stands are ridiculously strong, i have a huge 4-foot tank on one.
Mine survived a freakin' earthquake yesterday!
How do you shim these blocks if they are used in a sloped garage floor?
use this in my fish room
BRILLIANT! …you just solved my problem, thanks!
To prevent slippage on the blocks, is there a way you could secure them together without drilling them and weakening them?
I’m getting a 30 gallon tank and want to use this idea. I am a little skeptical that the tank with all the water will break in the middle since there are no cinder blocks there. Is it really strong enough?
Gotta make one of those for my 20 gallon long tank thanks for the idea 💡.
Is this heavier than a 2×4 diy stand?I'm getting a 40 gal glass breeder aquarium.