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    Posted: June 16 2018 at 11:27am
So I cannot get the top of my stand to sit flush with my acrylic frag tank. Can I get away with using those pink foam sheets from Lowe’s? I keep reading both sides of whether this can be done safely or not
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Just depends on thickness, that's what I have under my 300, works great, check on the compression ratio maintain the height you need you should be fine
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I like the foam pad idea. I use it on my glass tanks.

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Sounds good thank you for the responses!
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