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Old 10-01-2007, 02:35 AM   #1
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Moved over to a smaller aquarium.

Well I moved all my stuff over to the new aquarium. Looks much better with all that rock. About 2 to 2.5 lbs per gallon in there...

Here are some pics. Now the stand was made from wood I had lying around at the house and stain and poly laying around from my kitchen remodel. Only cost was the plumbing parts and tank. My other tank that I was going to use cracked when I pulled it out from under my 125. The 125 is now broken down and washed out and sitting in another bedroom until someone claims it.




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Here's a picture of what it was setup like before...

Less power to run this new one, and less water to change.
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Looks nice. I hope it works out.
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Nice work! The new tank looks good.
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I agree, it does look good. What size is the new tank?
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