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I asked the seller what the dimensions are.max h said:I would question the bigger tank having dressers used as tank stands. It looks like the far end of the tank isn't supported by anything. Even though the 120 costs more, if it fits your available space better you will be happier. Some of the cost differences an be made up with what all goes with the tanks, stands, filters, heaters, lights etc...
I think you have your own answer then, sounds like the 120. It fits better, and the lights don't cost as much if your replacing those. Some of the upgrades you may want to do can be done over time. These days I make sure I have enough money stashed in savings to replace the most expensive tank I have if something happens to it.DollyDolly said:I asked the seller what the dimensions are.
I quite like the 120 gallon because it’s not so long long and it’s easier to fit in my room but it costs more. It would be hard to fit the 6 foot tank in there but it’s cheaper.
Another thing I like about the 120 is a shorter light so it doesn’t cost as much, I am staying on a bit of a budget, I hope the 120 is 4x2x2
I’m short too, and I think all I can get my hands on ATM is the 125. Seller hasn’t responded yet and this guy also has fish that come with it that I can trade into my lfs for store credit.saltwater60 said:I find taller tanks very difficult to clean and maintain. I’d go with the 125 but I have short arms. If you don’t I’d go with the 120.