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Old 03-08-2015, 02:19 PM   #1
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Supporting a 125g

Hello all,

I am putting in a 125g marine tank in my living room. I wanted to support it for both the sake of my sanity and to make sure I don't bounce the tank as I walk by. I went under my floor to see what I needed, and unfortunately saw something I am not sure how to handle. The tank will be parallel to the joists. What is the best way to support this tank then? I went and got some floor jacks (hoping it was perpendicular). Any help/experience would be greatly appreciated!
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