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Old 11-10-2013, 08:09 AM   #11
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Regardless of the stability, there is no storage for accessories. I would at least paint the supports and plywood black so that everything matches.

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The tank appears to be 30" long since the brackets appear to be fixed to studs which are on 16" centers. so, total weight about 300lbs. Depending on the size of the fasteners, it may not be even close to it's limit.

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Water changes could be a PITA

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