HeyItsAmanda Posted April 21, 2022 Share Posted April 21, 2022 Hey everyone, first post here and very excited to get started. I’m contemplating what rack system I will use for my upcoming fish room. For context, I will be moving soon into a small apartment (not sure which floor yet) and want to dedicate a wall to my future aquariums. I’m wanting a display rack with room for a couple of 29’s on top with a mix of 20L’s and smaller tanks under. Lastly, I have no desire for dozens of tanks, probably 10 max. Here is what I’m looking for in a pre built rack: * Top priority is, obviously, a rack that can support the weight of multiple tanks. Max aquarium size I’d keep on it is 29’s (so about 300lb per tank max?) * For dimensions, either 30” x 18” or, ideally, 60” x 18”. It’d be nice to have room side by side and get a cohesive look rather than a bunch of separate individual racks. * The option to split the rack into 2 shorter racks is appealing. I’m pretty short so for ease I’d like to keep it to just 3 tanks high If possible. I’d love to hear what everyone thinks is a good rack option! Space will be limited so I need something that fits my needs just right 😃. Right now I’m looking at a lot of Muscle Racks and will link my favorites below. 36”x18”x72” - worried about weight capacity https://www.menards.com/main/storage-organization/garage-outdoor-organizers/freestanding-shelving-units/muscle-rack-trade-60w-x-72h-x-18d-5-shelf-metal-freestanding-shelving-unit/ur-60b/p-1444429587361.htm 36”x24”x72” - too deep but fits weight https://www.lowes.com/pd/edsal-Muscle-Rack-24-in-D-x-60-in-W-x-78-in-H-5-Tier-Steel-Freestanding-Shelving-Unit/1000556511 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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