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karma 17th June 2005 03:24 AM

off topic dang that's a big tank
 
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i just had to share it. my back still hurts from lifting it up:D

i get my baby sharks friday morning:cool:

it took a good 3 hours to fill it. and in two weeks i got to refill it again when the stand comes in.

i have never had a tank this size so i wanted to share ;)

who ever thinks fish tanks are cheap are full of it the pump allone
is about $300 ouch my wife is not to happy with me :smash:

karma 17th June 2005 03:26 AM

final
 
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i get most of my stuff from here->http://www.bigalsonline.ca/?splash_done=1


later...

Madmike2 17th June 2005 03:38 AM

Re: final
 
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Originally posted by karma
i get most of my stuff from here->http://www.bigalsonline.ca/?splash_done=1


later...


Thats a Big tank dude. Big Al's in Scarborough ? And can i come stick my face in the tank onc the sharks are in it?

karma 17th June 2005 03:49 AM

not sure there's one in london im sure there's more than one.
there store is big.


thay would maybe take a chunk out of your face lol. thank the people that make glass tops or one of my cats could be the next meal:xeye:

Stocker 17th June 2005 04:05 AM

That's not such a big tank fellows! I suppose it is all a matter of perspective... as a kid, we had 2x 50 gallon tanks... which the fish outgrew (Koi) ... upgrade was a 720 gallon pond in the back yard... In black Houston clay, ouch. Talk about hurting your back lifting.

Of course, since I was the youngest, guess who got stuck cleaning the filters?:dead:

Sch3mat1c 17th June 2005 05:58 AM

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Big tank

audiousername 17th June 2005 06:08 AM

Fishtank on the floor? Siphoning the water out to change it got a whole lot harder...

Haha Tim... tank, not tank circuit :p

karma 17th June 2005 06:25 AM

removing the water is easy the pump does all the work :)
it filling it that's hard

audiousername 17th June 2005 06:28 AM

I've got a 350L or so tank here, filling is easy - just run a hose from a tap in the bathroom :)

DigitalJunkie 17th June 2005 06:41 AM

My girlfriend had a 150Gallon tank,which she just traded for a smaller 75G.
She got a new house,and I told her
"I"m not touching that tank"
She said "Ohh,We're not moving it,I'm getting rid of it!"
Thank god.. That SOB probably weighs 700lbs,empty.
3 of us moved it once....and we almost died! :dead:


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