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Old 03-16-2011, 12:25 AM   #11
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U also have to account for the weight of the glass or acrylic but I am sure ur not hiring a forklift to delivery ur tank although I am sure its heavy. Also it will be sitting on a frame probably steel. But I only see maybe 2500 lbs and when they tell u the tank gallon size they pad it a little a 120 tank is actually 119.68 filled to the brim who fills their tank to the brim.

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