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Wanted: 20x12 stand

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Cristy, May 11, 2011.

  1. Cristy

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    I'm looking for something cheap. :D It's for a Daphnia tank outdoors, so it doesn't need to look pretty.
     
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    make one from 2x4's....
     
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    I know, but I was hoping that someone would have one to get rid of so it wouldn't have to come to that. ;)
     
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    Why put it on a stand and risk it getting knocked over by some animal or a high wind. Just put it on the ground.
     
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    It'll be around 150 lbs full, so I'm not worried about it getting tipped over. I can't get a good siphon going with the tank on the ground.
     

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