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Old 05-10-2012, 05:04 AM   #1
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Hello folks. I'm about to take delivery of my first tank after a 10 year forced break.
The tank i'm getting is a 6 ft x 2 ft x 2 ft baby. I've looked around for a suitable aesthetically pleasing stand but there is just nothing out here that tickles my fancy. So my plan is to put up a bespoke tank.
So my question is, a weight to strength of timer question. What would be the most suitable timber for me to get in to knock uo this giant.? My tank will be sat underneath a window in my lounge room with a cill of 3 foot from floor level. Meaning the stand would be about a foot high from the floor. I would think the lower the stand the stronger it would be.
Any suggestions on this would be gratefully received. When i eventually buy my wood, i will post a step by step photo journal of my behemoth taking shape.
Many thanks in advance folks.

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Old 05-10-2012, 08:09 AM   #2
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welcome to AA id use a hardwood like oak,ash,or maple
nearly a year of complete inactivity and still over 4 posts per day. dedication, eh?
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