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Old 03-14-2013, 12:51 AM   #1
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90 gallon prospect.

so i have this guy giving me first dibs on a 90 gallon custom build... its just the tank, 3/8s glass, drilled with 2.5 inch holes 3 on back wall near top and two closer togther on right side. has a center overflow herbie style i do believe, tank comes with no bulkheads, i got the guy to hold it on 100 for a week or two while i figure out what the heck all these holes mean.


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Old 03-14-2013, 12:59 AM   #2
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Following! hope it works out!
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Need to get mr x in here lol
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U have any idea j may on why this tank would have 5 holes and herbie overflow?
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Here's what I have found. It's not my info, but it looks very similar to what you're dealing with. Maybe it'll help.





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Im gathering its a closed loop system! Sounds very interesting... But by the sound of the amount of water being moved very expensive both on purchases and electricty
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Omg i just figured it all out!!! Holy smokes! Thats a showcase tank for sure... And its mine hahaha
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Lol. I'm glad you got it all figured out. that's awesome!
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Thanks!! I would love if someone could chime in about a closed loop system, id love to hear someones first hand experience, and could the title be edited to 90 gallon closed loop?
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Thanks!! I would love if someone could chime in about a closed loop system, id love to hear someones first hand experience, and could the title be edited to 90 gallon closed loop?
I don't know much about the subject, but I do know that if you message a moderator they can change the name of your thread for you.
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