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Old 03-21-2007, 05:16 PM   #11
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As Ziggy said it can be done. Just take your time and do it as stress free as possible. You`ll be OK. When you move let us know and we will post a link for you.
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Old 03-21-2007, 07:36 PM   #12
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So it's starting to make more sense to do the 75g than the 55g, I will keep checking Craigslist and my LFS's for deals on a 75g.

That's basically what I figured about the moving, that I just need to take the right steps and not rush it. After reading and posting on this board, I've noticed that most of you on here are very helpful and very informative so I will definitely ask before I do any sort of tank move.
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After reading and posting on this board, I've noticed that most of you on here are very helpful and very informative so I will definitely ask before I do any sort of tank move.
That's what we are here for, and I like lots of questions....and pics...
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FWIW I'm relatively new at this insanity (less than a year) and I have a 55 gal. If I knew then what I know now, I would have gone the 75. The difference in start up costs is nominal but you have more of a variety of fish you can keep. As far as moving, it was mentioned before anything over 20 gal is going to be a pain so what's the difference. Definitely go 75 (as long as your apt allows)
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