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Old 09-05-2011, 08:30 PM   #571
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I agree. If youre gonna upgrade and you have the room for 6 feet look to a larger tank. The front to back at 24" would be a HUGE upgrade in my opinion. Which puts you at 150g and up. Plus the difference in stocking would be huge.
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Old 09-05-2011, 08:35 PM   #572
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Dang.... ok...I'll see about a 150...
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Old 09-05-2011, 08:42 PM   #573
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found a 150 for $300 with stand and hood.... sound like a deal?
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Old 09-05-2011, 08:44 PM   #574
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found a 150 for $300 with stand and hood.... sound like a deal?
Actually, I'd go with a 300g tank....... Lol but yeah that's a really good deal, but I'd try to lower it anyways. Ask $225.
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Old 09-05-2011, 08:50 PM   #575
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Actually, I'd go with a 300g tank....... Lol but yeah that's a really good deal, but I'd try to lower it anyways. Ask $225.

300g, holy crap! Thats huge!!!.... You can hustle on Craigslist? lol...
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Old 09-05-2011, 08:53 PM   #576
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Yeah that's kinda the point of craigslist. You should always try to get a lower price on something than what they're asking. I have a questions though, you only just setup this aquarium, why do you want to upgrade so early? I would wait a year. I know I'm going to upgrade next summer to something huge.
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Old 09-05-2011, 08:57 PM   #577
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Yeah that's kinda the point of craigslist. You should always try to get a lower price on something than what they're asking. I have a questions though, you only just setup this aquarium, why do you want to upgrade so early? I would wait a year. I know I'm going to upgrade next summer to something huge.
90 is small to me already. I get something set up and running and the challenge is over. So, I get a bigger tank, new challenges. Plus the wife wants a "Dori". Happy wife, happy life...lol. Plus I got the money now. I always wanted a big tank.
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Then by all means, go ahead! I would definitely try to go as big as possible. I know I want a 200g tank or bigger.
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Then by all means, go ahead! I would definitely try to go as big as possible. I know I want a 200g tank or bigger.
I'll stick with the 150... Lol... But man, when u get that beast, I wanna see it!!!!
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220's are nice, 2 feet width and depth I believe. Too deep for me though. lol
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