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Old 03-14-2014, 05:42 PM   #1
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Upgrade to a 180

Am currently upgrading my 55gal to a 180gal and couldn't be more excited. I already have my stand in place and my tank is being delivered tomorrow. I have a quick question about hanging my new taotronics. I have 3 units that I need to hang. Unfortunately my ceiling is 6ft high and I don't really want them hanging from a line that long. I've heard you can mount them on your stand but can't figure out how. I was thinking of putting up a shelf and hanging them from there but I am open to any other suggestions. Thanks in advance for the help
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If in fact the sub floors are concrete, there will be no issues. Most concrete is rated at 2500 lbs of pressure per square inch. So, even back in 1920's it should have great structural integrity.
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Per square foot, not inch.
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