8 foot unique tank on craigslist

Discussion in 'Freshwater Tank Equipment' started by _Fried_Bettas_, Jul 10, 2014.

  1. _Fried_Bettas_

    _Fried_Bettas_Well Known MemberMember

    This tank is awfully tempting. It would be like the perfect apistogramma tank. Nevermind it would never fit in my condo. 8x2x1 feet. Looking for betta growout tanks, but while this would work it would be totally wasted on baby bettas.

     
     
  2. Coradee

    CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    Wow that would be one amazing set up!
     
  3. Tonia

    ToniaWell Known MemberMember

    What an incredibly huge tank! I wonder what they were keeping in it. from the supplies, I'm guessing reptiles. Aside from how to get it home.. just imagine all the interesting things that could be done with a tank that size.
     




  4. MJDuti

    MJDutiWell Known MemberMember

    WoOoOoOoW! Just think of the possibilities. If that doesn't get you excited I don't know what will. I need to hit the lottery
     




  5. SW5

    SW5Well Known MemberMember

    Ooh... Looks like a nice tank. I just can't imagine how much that would weigh when filled.
     
  6. andiokValued MemberMember

    looks more like a reef tank to me. would be perfect for corals at least. one of my lfs here has the same thing, just wider that 2' but definitely 7-8'
     
  7. matsungit

    matsungitWell Known MemberMember

    You can do a coral frag tank, an estuary, a beach, river bank, mangrove swamp, wonderful possibilities. Too many tall and long tanks in the market and it's rare to see a shallow, long, and wide tank like this. Frag tanks are too square-ish. It's a bargain for only $300 and it comes with a free stand.
     
  8. Coradee

    CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    Or you could do something like this ;)
    [video]http://m.youtube.com/watch?list=PLEHdX_ixaJc8JobokM4rZuey5nhj78XoB& v=SN9vqf8yp7c[/video]
     
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2014
  9. matsungit

    matsungitWell Known MemberMember

    That is so cool! They must be using one heck of a monster overflow and pump system. I imagined doing something like that but with a lot less flow. But this is awesome and really simulates a natural river brook!
     
  10. 1971roadrunner

    1971roadrunnerWell Known MemberMember

    I wonder what the GPH on that system is pulling?
    :) that G.R. Pleco looks like mine :)
     
  11. Micaela13

    Micaela13Well Known MemberMember

    OH MY GOSH!!!!!! :O I have to have it.... Dang it!! My MTS is kicking in :p

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  12. Micaela13

    Micaela13Well Known MemberMember

    And Coradee what did you type in to see that?? The link for some reason is not working on my phone and I wanna see it :(

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  13. matsungit

    matsungitWell Known MemberMember

    It's in Moreno Valley, Riverside, CA.

     
     
  14. endlercollector

    endlercollectorFishlore VIPMember

    But is this stand solid enough to hold it if it were filled with water? And if it was custom built for snakes, can one be sure that it won't bulge out too much down the length from the pressure of all the water? I have some of that going on with a couple of 10 gallons...
     
  15. Coradee

    CoradeeModeratorModerator Member

    Pleco rafting, there is another video where they're discussing how they made it
     
  16. Harlebleondora

    HarlebleondoraWell Known MemberMember

    Looks like a turtle tank to me. (Look at the water conditioner. :p)
     
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2014
  17. matsungit

    matsungitWell Known MemberMember

    I'm betting it can hold the water since it's shallow and wide for better weight distribution.
     
  18. Micaela13

    Micaela13Well Known MemberMember

    Thanks!

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