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Old 07-11-2013, 05:10 PM   #51
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What are you dimensions? I can't find a four foot 125g anywhere online.
I am not looking any it looks to be 115g or 110g it's 48" x 18" x 31"
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115.9 gallons, give or take.
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Old 07-11-2013, 06:25 PM   #53
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115.9 gallons, give or take.
Exactly.

I think there are Tangs, like Koles, Tomini's, TwoSpots, etc that would be more than happy in there. The others will likely have issues over time.

I wish I had an 8' tank that needed upgrading due to one fish! I'm going to buy a Sweetlips and throw it in my 75g and tell my wife we need to upgrade.
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I don't need an excuse to upgrade. My wife keeps mentioning upgrading my tank because she wants a purple tang.
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Old 07-11-2013, 06:41 PM   #55
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My wife is good with the aquariums, but the two kids and two hounds (one with health issues) always eat up my savings just about when I get enough to get my 300g. Maybe someday...
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:32 PM   #56
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My wife is good with the aquariums, but the two kids and two hounds (one with health issues) always eat up my savings just about when I get enough to get my 300g. Maybe someday...
My lady and I are looking to buy a house and I told that we are putting a 300g in wall tank in what ever house we buy and she said ok as long as its not in the bedroom!!!

And I will try the kole and a tomini tang in my set up now and that will have to do till I get my dream tank lol
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You all make me laugh... Every last one of you. Breathe and quit trying to control the uncontrollable and do what makes you happy.
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You all make me laugh... Every last one of you. Breathe and quit trying to control the uncontrollable and do what makes you happy.
What? I'm happy reducing risk so the uncontrollable becomes controllable. Glad we entertain you though.
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Kinda one sided to say do what makes you happy, what about the poor fish? Our job is not to torture or hurt livestock but to help and nourish those fish and give them the best life they can have in a tank.

being responsible fish owners means NOT doing just what make YOU happy.
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What? I'm happy reducing risk so the uncontrollable becomes controllable. Glad we entertain you though.
I find this awesome! Nice!!! Lol.
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