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Old 05-09-2003, 06:03 PM   #1
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Tank Brand preferences?

Wondering what your feedback is for the brands of tank you would recommend. Will be a reef/fish setup around 175 gallons. 72x24x24 approx.

Glass and Acrylic. Thanks!
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Old 05-09-2003, 06:11 PM   #2
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For glass tanks....I am partial to Oceanic after that, I like AllGlassAquarium.

The only acrylic tank I've owned was a custom made tank, and the guy that did it is no longer in business. I did like some of the tanks I saw by Sealife Systems out of Jacksonville FL. I am always hereing good things about tenecor as well.
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I second that emotion
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Hara, we aren't a little upset on this topic are we???
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Lets just say it doesnt bring back fond memories
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In Hara's shoes...I would feel the same way, but the first oceanic tank I owned was backed into with a truck, it chipped the corner of the tank, it was a nice big divet out of the glass. The tank held water for many years after that.
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I love the look of oceanic, and the cost of all glass. So take that and do what you please.
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whatever you buy, let it be not perfecto. All glass or oceanic are best

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