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Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by Mer-max, Dec 5, 2012.

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    No, the front doesn't at all. It curves up and off the floor
     
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    I live in a double wide. That's why I'm asking
     
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    An jay, it's the actual floor I'm worried about moreso than the stand. With water sand and rock piles it can get heavy
     
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    I thought you were asking about the top of the stand, where the tank is lol. If you're worried about your floor, I'd rather be safe than sorry. You're going to have at least 750lbs sitting there all the time.
     
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    Right. I guess I'll put the stand together And get a good measurement and cut the plywood sat and fill it up to start my cycle : ). Friend at work gave me a driftwood piece from his old 125 today. Will post later when I get home since I'm trying to get outta here lol
     
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    Awesome-ness
     
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