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Old 04-03-2013, 11:03 PM   #1
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Double 20L tank stand


I'm curious , has anyone seen a tank stand that can hold two 20L tanks?
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Old 04-03-2013, 11:32 PM   #2
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I use foster and smith's "Titan Eze metal double stand" it's not that pretty but it works and is sturdy, however it kind of leaves the bottom tank a little low (i;m building a wooden booster for it though lol)
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Are you asking about a stand where the tanks sit side by side or one under the other?
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Old 04-03-2013, 11:49 PM   #4
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here are some metal stands...

http://www.greatlakesaquariums.com/a...tal-stand.aspx
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Old 04-04-2013, 12:13 AM   #6
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I use foster and smith's "Titan Eze metal double stand" it's not that pretty but it works and is sturdy, however it kind of leaves the bottom tank a little low (i;m building a wooden booster for it though lol)
That would probably be your best bet http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...fm?pcatid=9883
Also these will work. it seems the 20l, 29, 37 tanks all use the same stand http://staging.tetra-fish.com/sites/...l.aspx?id=4023
http://staging.tetra-fish.com/upload...nd%20Sizes.pdf

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Look at your local fish store at their metal stands. I've got a couple of 20/29s and 3 or 4 55 stands. Mine are fully welded stands bought at LFS. 55 stand was $70-80. You've got to look at them though. They sell both a stand that holds 2 of the same size and stands that hold only one on top and a smaller on the bottom if you add a plywood shelf. One caveat. Although you can put a 29 on top and bottom or a 55 top and bottom I don't recommend it at all. Put a 29 or a 20 on top and a 20 on bottom. Same with the 55. A 55 on top and a 40L on the bottom. A 29 on the bottom leaves very little room to get your hands in there to work on the tank. same with the 55.
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