At the prodding of several board members, I've decided to put together a build thread for my new project. I've been on the hunt for a large used tank for some time and found one for a price I couldn't refuse. Unfortunately, it was in Nebraska. The guy was nice enough to bring it to Souix Falls, so I only had a 4 hour drive. The tank is a custom Oceanic tank. For those that don't remember them, their large custom tanks come with stainless steel powder coated frames, 3/4" glass, and an ABS, HDPE and glass laminate bottom. It is heavy. So very, very heavy. It took 8 of us, plus a mechanical lift, to get it into place. I'm confident we couldn't have done it with any less. In the end, it will be behind a bar, so it is higher than a normal stand. First, I had to level the floor under the tank and build a stand. I used reinforced thin set concrete to level the slab and it worked pretty good, except I had a lot of leakage under the framing. Fortunately, an air chisel took up the stuff that leaked out very cleanly: I built the stand out of 2x6, with green treated on the bottom in case they get wet. The front of the tank is supported by the 2x4 wall studs. Don't worry about the wiring behind the stand. That was just temporary until I was done, then I drilled all the new studs and ran the wire correctly. I used Kreg screws to tie everything together. Uprights were added to frame the tank, and the drywall was cut out. I will utilize three circuits for the tank. I tagged off of an existing one for the right side outlets: I ran a dedicated 20 amp service for the lights and other outlets under and to the left of the tank: Finally, I will use an existing 20 amp service in the furnace room to add more power to the left side, where I plan to add any extra stuff like a frag tank, ATS, etc.