This first part was from a 3 year old thread. Sorry for the Duplicate Post but the other thread was closed. This thread was originally March 23, 2015. Built my first stand (40B) with the help of DIY Joey's video tutorials. So thanks goes out to Joey for the inspiration for this current project. This has been on the back burner for awhile but finally got a chance to do some work with an idea I had brewing. To get a lager tank but utilize a similar footprint I already was using and to come out as a finished product. It has taken me quite a while but the stand is virtually done. All in all I am very happy and satisfied with the outcome because I am extremely green when it comes to doing any of this type of stuff. Cost estimate was somewhere around $100. Don't want to go back and add it all up. Here is the initial design phase with the first conceived design followed by the end design used. I really only deviated from the end design to add 2x6's for the top rack to even out the weight because there is no middle vertical supports for the top tank. The next group of pictures is the actual build process. With TJ as my helper of course (he thinks its a house for him). The last set of pictures is the finishing stage and final product. First time staining anything (last project painted black). Wish I had made all the skin cuts the same direction but didn't want to spend anymore money than I already did. That and the molding was a lighter color than the skin.