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Old 07-30-2009, 01:00 AM   #31
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Yea I plan to order from them. xD now my other cat is wanting to be a fish. But he only likes to hang out in the sump lol.
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It looks and mainly sounds like you're doing awesome partypalooza...Some day, when I get time and money I plan on getting a 100+ gallon tank and possibly building things myself to save some money. Thanks for the inspiration
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Yea I plan to order from them. xD now my other cat is wanting to be a fish. But he only likes to hang out in the sump lol.
lol its a sumpcat
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Old 07-30-2009, 02:12 PM   #35
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When I get back from work (more like "sit and do nothing") I'll take pics of the plumbing and way everything's set up. Then I may go ahead and do a test fill -cringe- I REALLY hope the stand can support it.
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it only has to hold over 700 pounds! no worries!
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I think you will be fine. It looks like you had plenty of support under it. Besides we will know soon whether you have or not.
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yeah, if you come home with 75 gallons of water on the floor, you'll know if it held or not!
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xD I'm just paranoid because my grandmas tank broke twice (300gal tank) and flooded their basement and all sorts of damage and stuff. Not so good.. lol (my parents VS. me: )

But I do have to make a slight modification to the stand, the open back is bad for the cats. I don't want them trying to be "sumpfish" when the sump is full.
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lol yes you definitely dont want a sumpfish. ive heard they're highly territorial
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