I scooped the counter and double sink we replaced in the house several years ago when my wife did a makeover on the kitchen. I thought I might run water and a drain over there and use the sinks but I never did. So a couple days ago I decided to yank the sinks out and put my 20 gal varsol parts cleaner tank in there. Had to move the parts bins temporarily so I could hog the hole out a bit with my sawzall. When I put the counter in I didn't measure the height of the 6x6 posts I used for the bench legs. Just kinda eyeballed how tall they should be for a comfy counter height. The solvent tank is suspended on the counter by the 1" lip around the top of it and it would have been fine to use like that. The counter is sturdily supported by the bench frame I made. It'll never sag fer sure. But.. then I wondered how close the metal legs originally on the tank would be to fitting and to my surprise they were exactly right. Had to scrape the feet along the concrete a little bit to get them place. They take a bit of weight off the lip but the tank didn't move up at all. All hail sh*t luck!