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Old 10-10-2012, 10:51 PM   #11
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I am a fan of the 20 long tank. It gives you more room to work with. I didn't use a website, I researched it but drew it up myself. I gave myself 10 inch sections and just measured and siliconed in place. The glass from Lowes was surprisingly cheap as well. I made the first section a tad taller so the water would trickle into the second chamber and for the second into the third I used 3 pieces of glass to make a bubble trap. Youtube and google will be able to describe/show it to you better than I can explain.
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I am a fan of the 20 long tank. It gives you more room to work with. I didn't use a website, I researched it but drew it up myself. I gave myself 10 inch sections and just measured and siliconed in place. The glass from Lowes was surprisingly cheap as well. I made the first section a tad taller so the water would trickle into the second chamber and for the second into the third I used 3 pieces of glass to make a bubble trap. Youtube and google will be able to describe/show it to you better than I can explain.
Alright, thanks! I have a 20gal long set up now, so I'll have to switch over my fish to my 20gal tall. And take out the sand (which'll be fun :p)
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