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92smokeaccord 06-21-2012 11:45 PM

totally for got how heavy a 100 gallon tank was...
 
well today i ended up finding a stand,tops an lights for my 100 gallon tank for $50.i had to break it down all the way and all said an done i had to lift off my dresser alone with about 100lbs of sand still in it and on to the stand....bitch is ridiculously heavy!!!!so i put it down and took out the sand.went to lift and it didnt feel any different lol..i think i threw my back out.....ouch!well have a nice night.

Varkolak 06-22-2012 05:51 AM

I feel your pain -_- I set up a 150 recently and its almost too much for 2 people to lift even empty, think its well over 300lbs

marshallsea 06-23-2012 01:22 AM

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Originally Posted by 92smokeaccord (Post 1125416)
well today i ended up finding a stand,tops an lights for my 100 gallon tank for $50.i had to break it down all the way and all said an done i had to lift off my dresser alone with about 100lbs of sand still in it and on to the stand....bitch is ridiculously heavy!!!!so i put it down and took out the sand.went to lift and it didnt feel any different lol..i think i threw my back out.....ouch!well have a nice night.

A chiropractor can be your best friend.

92smokeaccord 06-23-2012 02:35 AM

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Originally Posted by marshallsea (Post 1126732)
A chiropractor can be your best friend.

they dont take my insurance..lol


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