Step one was just a lot of brainstorming.... Step two, empty water and dismantle light, Plumbing. Step three, and here's where it got sketchy. I decided or rather the tank decided me and all my buddy's could not lift it and even if we could we could not be carrying it and fit through doorways... So what now? Build a rolling dolly that is the same height as the stand that will be the new stand! No lifting requited! Well that all sounds well and good until I tried it.. Strap dolly to old stand. moved the tank on to the dolly and it was sketchy.... way to sketchy to even be around... tried to roll it and o e of the casters folded and bent it's axle... the casters are rated at 300 lbs each... so with some quick thinking I screwed some braces on and strapped it back to the old stand. Back to the store and bought 4 more casters, these ones rated at 600 lbs each... I used cribbing and a 10' 2x4 to lever the tank and stand back up so I could get the tank back on the orignal stand. Added some bracing and widened the track with by 5" on both sides, now I'm just 2" inside a standard door opening.. Slide tank back on dolly/new stand and roll nice and easy out of harms way.. Step four, Drink beer.... Step five will be getting the tank out of the house and on the trailer then drive 400 miles and get the tank over the lawn, up on the deck and in my house... I do t see how hard that could be??? Dolly and new stand, mark one... Dolly/stand mark 2 When I get the tank to its new home I will lift the entire deal up and remove the feet and casters, then skin the stand, add doors and strap it to the wall. On the trailer I will build some bracing at 45 degree to the tank and also screw the entire deal to the deck of the trailer and ratchet strap the **** out of it.... Wish me luck! before pic.