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Old 12-08-2014, 05:33 PM   #1
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A New Build?

hello friends! it's the time of year, just after Christmas im starting a new build to replace me 10 gallon. I'm thinking 30 cube/ 50 cube/ 50 rimless. what's everyone think. I'm going to go minimalist


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If you can, you won't regret a rimless aquarium and as always, the bigger the better!


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Old 12-08-2014, 05:35 PM   #3
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yeah, that's what I was thinking. it's acrylics pre drilled too... $150.00. not a bad deal


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Acrylic is a plus. It's brand new?


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Naw being used, with no plumbing by a shop to hold a goldfish. but I'd get it emptied.


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Old 12-08-2014, 05:48 PM   #6
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I may actually buy this tank in 2 weeks of it's still available, we'll see how my finances are


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If you can, you won't regret a rimless aquarium and as always, the bigger the better!


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I'm actually not a fan of rimless. Snails tend to crawl out and it's a pita to keep cleaned properly.
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this one is rimless with a acrylic lip too


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I'm gonna do my first sump, learn plumbing, and have my first decent reef. planning on doing everything right this time.


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I'm gonna do my first sump, learn plumbing, and have my first decent reef. planning on doing everything right this time.


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I'm trying to learn about plumbing and sumps too! Looking forward to following your next build Matt!
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