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    I asked the owner about it, it was her dads, so no much info on custom tanks. glad to know i cant wait to set it up for a "practice" run


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    wow that looks good for free and the stand looks plenty strong enough too, bit of sand paper and some varnish and hey presto. Well done
    1) 140 gallon with 70 gallon sump. 1 German Rams, 50 neons , 16 Schwarzi cory, 10 harlequin rasbora, 6 Hengals Rasbora, 2 Bulldog Plecs, 4x dwarf Gouramis, 12 golden barbs, 12 cherry barbs,8 Yellow Boesemani Rainbows and loads of assasin snails. Sump has central heating pump. water flows through a 4 layer foam and 1- 2kg of bio, also has a 18"x 18" algae scrubber that works well. fluval U2 to transfer to my QT when needed


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    Quote Originally Posted by scotchbonneteater
    wow that looks good for free and the stand looks plenty strong enough too, bit of sand paper and some varnish and hey presto. Well done

    thanks, also got to thinking, I am a pretty strong dude, not he-man but it took 3 people huffing and puffing to carry it 30 feet. but me and my bro can carry a 75 no problem, wonder if it is custom glass. I did have a 110 tall before(never used, trade bait, tank was to freaking tall) and it wasnt that heavy either. nothing serious and a whole lotta writing for probably nothing. but I cant get over how thick and heavy that tank is.


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    A standard 125 gallon tank weights just over 200lbs, and yours has extra glass as compaired to a standard size, so I would stay it's a heavy tank.

    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ead.php?t=5645
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
    "Not using a quarantine tank is like playing Russian roulette. Nobody wins the game, some people just get to play longer than others." - Anthony Calfo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff
    A standard 125 gallon tank weights just over 200lbs, and yours has extra glass as compaired to a standard size, so I would stay it's a heavy tank.

    http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aqua...ead.php?t=5645

    thanks for link, amazing what you can overlook and i have probably passed it 100s of times


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    these guys make a 72 x 18 frame

    http://www.aquariumframeswholesale.com/72-x-18-frame

    it's not a traditional one piece frame but you will still get the center brace supports

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