Shmaty Posted February 20, 2021 Share Posted February 20, 2021 Okay, so returning this is not an option, so somehow I need to make this work. Im electrically inclined, not carpentry. Really at a loss for how to rebalance this sucker. looks fine until you put some weight on it. Then you realize it's sitting on the back corners and front left only. The front right sits a disturbing amount off the ground. It wobbles but alwayd rests back the same way. Also, it isnt the floor. I've moved it between rooms and the wobble persists regardless of location.Im not impressed with the craftsmanship of this stand...in fact i'd like to add some shoring into the inside to help support the 180G it's supposedly made for. Seems awfully sus! Any wood workers have any thoughts? There is a part of me that wonders if the weight of the aquarium will right the wood...but I feel like that is NOT the right approach. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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