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Old 11-28-2014, 01:42 AM   #1
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10g Stand

Hi all,
I'm in a dorm room and space is a little limited. My tank is currently on a dresser which I would like to free up. I would like to build a stand myself but am having a hard time finding plans. I have a design in mind but I'm no engineer and don't know what materials to use or how strong it needs to be. I know I would like a drawer for my supplies and a shelf or two. I have a access to a full carpenters shop so building it will not be a problem. Any advice would be awesome.

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