Moving tank to remove stand

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Any suggestions on how to move a 75 gallon tank to remove the stand to use for a different tank.
Have a 75 gallon in basement, see pic. Care on this has been lacking due to where it's at.
Just got a 90 gallon, that fiancee' gave me permission to put upstairs. Stand 75 is on is
32' tall. Stand that came with the 90 is 28' tall. I want to use the 32' stand to put the 90 on.
This will not be a quick setup of the 90, so 75 will still need to be running.
how much do you think I would have to remove to be able to slide it onto the other stand?
Is this feasible? I have some scrap lumber that I may be able to raise the height of the other stand.

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Any suggestions on how to move a 75 gallon tank to remove the stand to use for a different tank.
Have a 75 gallon in basement, see pic. Care on this has been lacking due to where it's at.
Just got a 90 gallon, that fiancee' gave me permission to put upstairs. Stand 75 is on is
32' tall. Stand that came with the 90 is 28' tall. I want to use the 32' stand to put the 90 on.
This will not be a quick setup of the 90, so 75 will still need to be running.
how much do you think I would have to remove to be able to slide it onto the other stand?
Is this feasible? I have some scrap lumber that I may be able to raise the height of the other stand.

75 gl tank.jpg
Sounds like you have a keeper in your fiancée allowing you to put 90 gallon upstairs!

How many friends do you have to help? Going to have to remove most of the water to move.
 
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