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Old 05-03-2004, 03:06 PM   #1
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Tank moving?

hey all, I have to move my tank (55gal) to my new place. I have a DSB, should I take the sand out, or leave it in. Could the bottom of the tank possibly break by moving it with the sand in it. Thanks for all your help!

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Well moving a DSB brings up several issues. How old and how deep is the DSB?
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