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  1. #1

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    Cool If you could realistically have any tank in your current home, what would you have?


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    I've been browsing tanks (I do this all the time...thinking about what sort of tank I'd realistically like to aim for at some point in the future) and found this:
    http://fishkeeper.co.uk/site/product...cabinet-vxa027

    Check out the wine rack

    I'd set this up as a heavily planted tank with my current stock - plus a few large schools of fish like rummynose tetra and neons.

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    While that's a cool tank and all I wouldn't want drunk ppl near my tank during wine parties lol

    My house is fairly small and limited room at the moment, currently if budget (aka girlfriend) allowed I would revamp my 55 stock a little, and add a large bowfront corner tank or replace my 55 with a 175/155 bowfront tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardy85 View Post
    While that's a cool tank and all I wouldn't want drunk ppl near my tank during wine parties lol
    Haha...I wouldn't have wine parties - it'd be stocked with fine wines just for us.

    I'm also eyeing up a 200 litre cube that I would keep tiger barbs in.
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    I don't have a picture of my tank, but I am currently working on getting a custom build that is 96x30x30 which works out to 374 gallons for jack dempsey's, vieja argentea, and some sort of severum. I can't decide which sev I like best.
    Here is a picture of the stand my dad made for my 65g and I will want something similar for the new tank. That ugly 29g next to the empty tank is getting a re-scape as soon as I have the time.
    When I go fishing I just throw sharp rocks in the water and wait for the dead fish to float to the top... Kingfisher
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    I think my fish is adjusting well to the four gallon, He's laying on his side attempting to go to sleep on the bottom of the gravel.
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    That is a nice stand and matching canopy.

    One day I will get my 10 foot custom built tank for some large marine angels

    I'm looking forward to seeing some pics of set-up, and Mommy's as well
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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    That tank is not ugly Mommy1! Give yourself some credit!

    Personally I would have multiple racks of tanks upon tanks wall to wall for all the different types of species only or strain only discus tanks with a large 500 gal show tank arround an amazonian theme with about 1000 cardinals 500 lemon tetras and 20 discus.

    All these would be on an automated water changer with a hidden water storage system that auto ages my water and heats to 82F.

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    A 180 gallon reef tank.
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    I used to want a 120, then a 180, now I want a 10' X 3' X 2' (~450 gallons) FOWLR with a few larger marine angles and lionfish. Someday when I live in a house big enough for a tank like that on the main floor, I will get a tank like that
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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    That would be nuts. I have given up on the fish room idea... too complicated. I am still thinking large bowfront show tank. My 55 would be a predator tank, then probably just a 8' rack with about 10 tanks.

    2ea Planted 40 gallon breeders with Rams and some dither fish
    3ea Planted 20 Long with a few different set ups - not sure yet but would want interesting stocks
    4ea 10g - 1 shrimp tank, 2 Fry tanks, 1 QT Tank

    Rack would be 8' Long, 18" deep, and probably have the top of the 10 gallon tanks around 6' from floor level. 8 strip lights, the 40 gallons would have there own filters, while the small tanks probably would just be sponge fed.

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    I would love a 10 foot long tank that was only 2 feet deep for my clown loaches when they get bigger. They are going to have to settle for the 8 foot tank in the 300-350 gallon range we are saving for now.

    The reason I dont want a super deep tank is that fact I want to be able to reach the bottom without taking a swim.

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