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Old 01-12-2020, 12:42 AM   #1
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60 gallon a tad unlevel

I have a 60 gallon fish tank itís the Marineland heartland 60 set from petsmart came with stand and my tank itís sitting a hair off level? Thoughts? I have shims but Idk if I should use them because this stand isnít solid wood and I donít want it to sag or even worse have the tank twist. Should I try and get it level or leave it... itís like 1/16 off level
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60 gallon, gallon, level

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