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Old 05-16-2016, 2:07 PM   #21
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Absolutely gorgeous! So cool. I may have to improvise this stand for my next tank.

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Old 05-16-2016, 2:54 PM   #22
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What is the sump and top of tank access like?

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so it's like a blueprint with all the cutouts detailed?
You are correct. He even goes as far as part numbers at Lowes for some of the material.

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I will take more pictures once I get back home tomorrow of the sump and with the doors open.

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so it's like a blueprint with all the cutouts detailed?
FYI, an eBay search for "Seller: smithdu" will bring up the plans.

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You should rebuild the stand cabinet doors to match the height of the side cabinet doors. It doesn't matter that the cutout is smaller and it will make the doors blend in.

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You should rebuild the stand cabinet doors to match the height of the side cabinet doors. It doesn't matter that the cutout is smaller and it will make the doors blend in.
I did not think about that. Now I'm going to have to go back to Lowe's and buy some more material to redo the doors.

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Here are the pics of the sump area and top cabinet access.





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