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Old 11-21-2011, 07:57 PM   #211
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Old 11-21-2011, 07:58 PM   #212
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Make sure u click on insert online I believe is the terms and Ty for uploading
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Old 11-21-2011, 07:59 PM   #213
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im having trouble uploading photos, what do i do after i click upload
Awesome Zach! I really like the rockscape!
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any suggestions on that bracket?
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Old 11-21-2011, 08:11 PM   #215
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Very nice! The clowns are super! I like the orange one, adorable! And it's nice and clean. For that I give you props.

Between me and you zach, ( and thousands of others) I think you should concentrate on the 20g for now and save for a big tank. I swear it will be worth it. make a showstopper of a 20g then take everything you learn and apply it to a large tank. Go large enough and you can get your tangs, angels and butterfly. I plan on adding an angel and a butterfly to my 90g tank along with some awesome wrasses and some other fish maybe. And a 90g is the same 4 feet wide as a 55g and a 75g. I got my drilled 90g tank with brand new sump and pumps for $200. I had to wait months to find one that cheap on craigslist but it eventually showed up! Patience zachey-son, patience....

Do you need parental permission for a tank, like do you have any limitations on what size you can get? Some parents don't want their kids to have huge tanks so I figured I'd ask ya.
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I took some pictures of my light and how it attaches, gimme a minute to upload them.
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Very nice! The clowns are super! I like the orange one, adorable! And it's nice and clean. For that I give you props.

Between me and you zach, ( and thousands of others) I think you should concentrate on the 20g for now and save for a big tank. I swear it will be worth it. make a showstopper of a 20g then take everything you learn and apply it to a large tank. Go large enough and you can get your tangs, angels and butterfly. I plan on adding an angel and a butterfly to my 90g tank along with some awesome wrasses and some other fish maybe. And a 90g is the same 4 feet wide as a 55g and a 75g. I got my drilled 90g tank with brand new sump and pumps for $200. I had to wait months to find one that cheap on craigslist but it eventually showed up! Patience zachey-son, patience....

Do you need parental permission for a tank, like do you have any limitations on what size you can get? Some parents don't want their kids to have huge tanks so I figured I'd ask ya.
+1 get your tank settled in and learn the ropes. THEN start looking for thy dream tank. It's what I'm doing.... I'd suggest getting a 125 if you can. You'll be able to get al the fish you want!!!! Well mostly...
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Very nice! The clowns are super! I like the orange one, adorable! And it's nice and clean. For that I give you props.

Between me and you zach, ( and thousands of others) I think you should concentrate on the 20g for now and save for a big tank. I swear it will be worth it. make a showstopper of a 20g then take everything you learn and apply it to a large tank. Go large enough and you can get your tangs, angels and butterfly. I plan on adding an angel and a butterfly to my 90g tank along with some awesome wrasses and some other fish maybe. And a 90g is the same 4 feet wide as a 55g and a 75g. I got my drilled 90g tank with brand new sump and pumps for $200. I had to wait months to find one that cheap on craigslist but it eventually showed up! Patience zachey-son, patience....

Do you need parental permission for a tank, like do you have any limitations on what size you can get? Some parents don't want their kids to have huge tanks so I figured I'd ask ya.
i dont need parental permission its just a space requirment
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