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uhm..what kind of wood is he using?sorry i dont have any knowledge on that field.
Do you have a wood glue that you recommend?
Why can’t I just pay him to build it for me? I’m sad so is my wallet, I like making things but I can’t stand the thought of messing up when it comes to wood.
Can i use nails?
Building one like this now and I am excited. I am adding a horizontal brace for each shelf as I will have (4), 10 gallon tanks on 4 shelves. I will have 8 inches between shelves and it will be 21 inches wide to hold them. They will be 4 across with side view up front and will be 42 inches in width. I cannot wait to get it finished tomorrow, then off to pick up 16 tanks and drill them.
Hi Joey, Quick question I'm hoping you could answer. I'm looking to build a rack for an area with limited space leaving a row of tanks just a few inches off the floor. With that said how would you go about cleaning the bottom tanks sub-straight. I use sand and don't like to use the python system to reduce the chances of slowly plugging my plumbing. Any suggestions would be great.
I would be afraid of it tipping over .
Im wondering if this would work if i made it wider (50 inches longish) if i could get a my 55 gallon on top and 29 and 10 gallon a shelf underneath it
hey do u not need a plywood in the middle to support the tanks? or does the tanks just sit on the sides? thanks
Awesome great job 😁👍
will this work for 40 breeders?
How did you filter these aquariums? Individual or shared filter system?
Do you have anything to update here ???
Joey, I’m building an aquarium rack using some of your design. I am putting 20 10 gallons and 4 20 tall on it. The length is 55 inches and width 37. I am building sturdy rack based on your stand. Should I center brace because it’s over 48 inches. I am using plywood on top of the shelves. Thanks
Is this construction safe for 63 gallons?
Is this a good setup for breeding discus?
How u support tank bottom?? Is this only stand on 4side support
where's the racking prevent members? looks like a shove from the side and it will collapse
dope video thanks for the Inspo
It could be a beginner stand for the beginner tank!
could i make it twice the height and have 6 tanks?
Does the bottom of the glass panel of the tank need supper or just the black brace?
I built this for my 2 29 gallons. It's great, though I'm sure you'd build it better. First time I have ever built anything. I'm now building a stand for 6 29 gallon tanks as I'll be breeding soon. Thanks for everything, Joey!
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Could i do this with 2 different sized tanks?
Thanks just figure out how to make my diy stand.
Can I keep two breeding group together in the same tank with a divider not much room in my apartment lol
I remember in a more recent video you saying these DIY kind of videos dont get you viewers I think its only because youve covered so much already in the past :D. Good reference material
Quick question. Why not use a sheet of plywood under the tanks. It would support the bottom of the aquariums and provide additional stability against side to side movement.
It brakes hahaha
Can someone tell me the measurements of wood please
Can you really work on the tank and catch fish with only 4 inches in between them though?
+103112177334022608693 Hay joey was wondering if i can get some advice on fish tank build, im gonna do a triple stack of 4ft tanks, I'm gonna do dado joints along with a back up brace like you did in this video, also gonna make sure there 2 support beams on the rectangle piece that the tank is gonna sit on, my only concern is the 2 long horizontal piece that tank sits on whether its gonna need a vertical center support beam in the middle cause I'm not sure if its gonna sag in the middle due to being long? or can i get away without it.
Do that platforms have to be perfectly level before they are installed?
I want to stack 4 75gallon tanks on a steel rack. run then in sequence top to bottom. any suggestions or cations?
Thank You!! 😀
Thank youuuuu! Ive been looking everywhere for DIY stand ideas.
You can use galvanized anchors to make stronger too, great video 👍