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Thread: Aquarium stand

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    Hi everyone. I bought a "home built" 10 gallon aquarium stand at a garage sale. I am not at all confident that it will hold 80 - 100 lbs, or more, weight. It has about a one inch recess in the top for the tank to sit down into. I am hoping that the pictures I am trying to upload will be successful. I looks to be built of 3/8 inch plywood and some solid wood also. A critical factor here is that I live on the top floor of a two story apartment and i can't afford an accident. I am asking for opinions/advice on if this thing is safe to support the weight. Thank you very much.

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    Disregard my post. I cannot manage to upload the pictures.

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    Hey there,

    I see you have tap talk. All you have to do is go into tap talk under this thread. Create post and hit image button and upload. Tap talk dose the rest.

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    Thanks. I'll give it a try.

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    *Aquarium stand

    Hi everyone. I bought a "home built" 10 gallon aquarium stand at a garage sale. I am not at all confident that it will hold 80 - 100 lbs, or more, weight. It has about a one inch recess in the top for the tank to sit down into. I am hoping that the pictures I am trying to upload will be successful. I looks to be built of 3/8 inch plywood and some solid wood also. A critical factor here is that I live on the top floor of a two story apartment and i can't afford an accident. I am asking for opinions/advice on if this thing is safe to support the weight. Thank you very much.


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