11-23-2009, 07:30 AM
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Have done same with wood shims and carpet. Have found that if one end ,or one side was low before,, That leaving it a tad high with regards to level, often works out when tank settles into the carpet. Obviously,, if one side is high,or high from front to back,, then you want to place the shims on the low end. But rathert than seeking level,, make the former low end just a hair high. I also try and use longer shims as opposed to pieces. This allows weight to be placed on larger surface rather than at one small point.