It may seem like I'm obsessed with this suggestion, since I just recently made it on another thread, but I really don't think it can be mentioned too many times, especially being that it's cheap, easy, often overlooked and can save a world of headaches and potentially expensive damages down the line, but I highly recommend that you place a 1/2" to 1" piece of Styrofoam between the tank and whatever surface is supporting it, especially if what you're using was not designed specifically for holding an aquarium (and also even if it is). The top of the dryer, no matter how strong, was not designed to NOT flex under weight, and even a 1" board will flex under load. The layer of Styrofoam absorbs any irregularities in the supporting surface and prevents stress points from causing the glass to crack or a seam to let go. Aquariums are durable only IF the high pressure demands placed on them are distributed evenly.
Do that and I can't imagine any other reason to not go ahead with putting your tank there.