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    Quote Originally Posted by GugsJr View Post
    Ha, it wasn't that tough, just time consuming

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    I love and hate scaping. My fingers hurt right now from it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawdonkey View Post
    I love and hate scaping. My fingers hurt right now from it!
    Yea, in tank is more stress I think.

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    Time to build the stand since I couldn't find a stand with an open front.

    First pic is my blue print, should have enough lumber

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    If I were you, Id skip those bottom 2X4s and just put a piece of plywood below the whole thing. Then water seal it along with the lower frame. This will give you a little more clearance for your sump and equipment and also act like a pool if your sump or tank were to ever leak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawdonkey View Post
    If I were you, Id skip those bottom 2X4s and just put a piece of plywood below the whole thing. Then water seal it along with the lower frame. This will give you a little more clearance for your sump and equipment and also act like a pool if your sump or tank were to ever leak.
    I was going to attempt to seal the bottom.

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