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Old 09-09-2011, 01:45 PM   #1
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Future plans

So after much deliberation, I want a saltwater. But I'm a go big or go home kinda girl, so I want the biggest tank I can get!

Here's the catch, for 500$ I can get my own mobile home and never have to pay rent again! Cheap living is always best when your a college kid! So my question is what is the biggest sized tank you would feel comfortable putting on a trailer floor? Or I've heard of people bracing their floors to support big tanks, good idea or bad?

Thoughts/opinions?
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