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Thread: setting 20 gallon highs on a 29 gal stand

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    Default setting 20 gallon highs on a 29 gal stand

    I have a 29 gal (30 inch wide) iron stand and I want to put a pair of 20 high tanks on it, top and bottom.Because the frame is longer than the tank, there won't be iron under one end wall .Do I need a board under each tank?
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    It will be fine. I have 125s where I only support the long sides

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    ok thank you
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    Considering the thickness of the glass which is probably 5mm you are still providing significant corner support so you will be fine. I personally would put a board simply to cover up the excess gaps on both ends
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