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The shelves appear adjustable. Measure your 33 gallon...

From the website the approximate dimensions of the shelving is : 36 w x 18 d x 72" h (91 x 46 x 183 cm)
 

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Each rack can hold 500lbs~
No bolts or nuts to put together at all!
I use to have one 29 gallon on the bottom shelf
each roow would have 2x 10 gallon and 1x 5 gallon!

I teared it down during recession becuz I had no time for it, had to focus on work instead of this stuff!

Anyways, reason selling, it's been sitting under my bed for ages!
And I am moving a 55 gallon into the room instead!

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I'd buy it if I were you. I only have two tanks, and won't be getting anymore. When you expand, you'll be paying way more than $50 if you don't take this offer.

Great price for a new racking system.
 

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Thanks effox!~ I only used this for 2 months~
You can inspect everything before buying!
I just have it sitting under my bed for WAY too long! LOL!
As you can imagine, I had 2 of these
each shelf with 2x 10g and 1x 5g, and a 29g on the bottom!
And because it's flat on the bottom, weight can be distributed evenly instead of have four legs, so you won't have to worry about the floor as much!
500lb's of shelf will give you a good amount of strength to hold the tanks, meaning you can have it top with gravel, and with water with no worries that it'll collapse! The boards are removable, soem people like to spray a clear coat over it to protect scratches and water marks, but i haven't done neither, they didn't seem like a problem!
 
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