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Old 11-21-2011, 08:22 PM   #221
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Just checking zach.

How much room do you have to play with? Is 6 feet too big or would a 4 foot tank be more your speed as far as space?
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Just checking zach.

How much room do you have to play with? Is 6 feet too big or would a 4 foot tank be more your speed as far as space?
i need to measure
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i have 4 feet of room, if i really wanted to, i might have 5 feet but it would be tight
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Old 11-21-2011, 08:29 PM   #224
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i have 4 feet of room, if i really wanted to, i might have 5 feet but it would be tight
Then 90 is as big as you can go I believe.
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how many feet is that and how many tangs could that hold lol
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Old 11-21-2011, 08:35 PM   #226
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how many feet is that and how many tangs could that hold lol
Lol. Not sure... No more than two probably. And it's 4 feet I think.
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Old 11-21-2011, 08:43 PM   #227
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a typical 90 is the exact same as a 75 but about 3 inches or so taller. It is 4 feet long by 18 inches from back to front.

I wouldnt go more than 2 tangs in a 90g and then only the ones like tomini's and Kole ones. I plan about 10-12 fish in mine BUT I will only have 2 large fish, all the rest will be under 4". It's all a matter of balancing the fish size and bioload with the tank size. I will also only be doing a fowlr, no coral and not a huge amount of rock.
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Ya, i agree, but you didnt read the last 4 pages mattias. Heres how it went

Can i put all of this in a 90?
No.
Why not?
Huge explanation.
Ok, ill put all of this in a 40.
NO!
why not?
MASSIVE explantaion.
Ok, im STILL putting the same stuff in the 40.
Ok thats it, weve had enough

Iv tried to help, but whatev. Cya zach. I hope you learn from the end result of all this...(which could be a disaster)
It's always like that
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how many feet is that and how many tangs could that hold lol
Yep, I agree, 1 or 2. If you do get two, I would recommend adding them at the same time to avoid aggression.
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i lowered and lowered the stocklist, look at my first compared to the last
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