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Old 12-02-2014, 08:14 AM   #1
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a friend of the wife has a 125 gal tank that needs to be re sealed

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Have a 36gal tank, a friend of the wife has a 125 gal tank that needs to be re sealed, other than that I'm basically
Getting a tank for free. Anyways are bigger tanks easier to maintain once everything it up and running an doing well?


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A larger water column makes things much easier in terms of mistakes. Only challenge is the larger sized water changes.


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Seems fair enough! Thanks
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Definitely easier with more water. It's much easier to maintain stable parameters in larger tanks. The bigger the better.
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That's great, now to get the $$$$$ to get things started
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