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  1. TKDennison

    TKDennison Member Member

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    I have a serious problem.
    This will be tank #5

    He's giving me the cabinet too.


    Seriously considering making this my community and turning my 75 into a reef.


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  2. Coradee

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    Wow, that's a bargain! Go on, you know you want to, what's another tank? :whistling:
     

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    TKDennison

    TKDennison Member Member

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    LOL! You are NOT helping here!!!


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  4. Adam55

    Adam55 Well Known Member Member

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    Wow! That's 125 gallons. Enjoy it.
     
  5. Fishy Friends

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    Good for you - great deal!
     
  6. Coradee

    Coradee Moderator Moderator Member

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    Hehe sorry, but it is one heck of a bargain - as long as it's water tight
     
  7. endlercollector

    endlercollector Fishlore VIP Member

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    Oh, shoot, I want it, too, now. I should know better than to look at your posts! ;)
     
  8. Viriam Karo

    Viriam Karo Well Known Member Member

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    Oooh... if that thing holds water, that is an AWESOME deal. And possibly even if it doesn't but is otherwise in good shape, with the cabinet too? I paid 90 or 100 for my 29 gal stand + tank + filter/extras, so for a 125 that's insane.
     
  9. SW5

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    Looks like a great deal to me. If you buy it, be sure the check the seals, and if they even look questionable, I would re-seal it. It may take some time, but it is much better than having that much water on your floor.
     
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    TKDennison Member Member

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    Yeah I resealed the 75 I bought a little while ago. Serious pain in the rear! Lol


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    you guys and your tank freedom meh
     
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    TKDennison Member Member

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    Thanks to some brothers visiting from TN, its now happily in my basement.
    It now gets to sit down there until I have someplace to set it up!

    I couldn't help myself!!!

    Seams Definitely need to be redone.
     
  13. Coradee

    Coradee Moderator Moderator Member

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    I knew you wouldn't be able to resist, look forward to seeing it set up you should do a log of its progress :)
     
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    You will end up getting a log of the addition on my house too.
    Have to have the addition before I can set it up, But for that price I couldn't say no!
     
  15. Coradee

    Coradee Moderator Moderator Member

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    If you're having building work done you could have it built into the wall, now that would be a showpiece!
     
  16. celizabethh3

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    Oh wow! That's a great deal. Can't wait to see it all set up. :)


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    TKDennison Member Member

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    There's so many things to decide... AH!

    Do I use the 125g as my Freshwater community upstairs and then do the 75g as a reef in the basement??
    Do I put them both in the new living room addition?
    Do I keep the 75g a freshwater community and then do cichlids in the 125g in the basement?? Cichlids would be easy. my tap PH is crazy high.
    Do I set up yet another tank like a 40g as a reef?

    Good thing I don't have a place to put it yet, because obviously I have ZERO self control!
     

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