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Old 01-05-2018, 04:03 PM   #21
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4x2 tanks most commonly sold are usually 120g. Mine is 25.5" top to bottom .
That is good sized tank for fish only and the depth will not be an issue like with corals.
I have deep blue brand frag tanks also that are 4x2 x 12" and 16" [60 and 80 g] but they are semi newly introduced..
2 foot wide tanks are great for hardscaping..You can create nice rock work with pen space still.
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4x2 tanks most commonly sold are usually 120g. Mine is 25.5" top to bottom .
That is good sized tank for fish only and the depth will not be an issue like with corals.
I have deep blue brand frag tanks also that are 4x2 x 12" and 16" [60 and 80 g] but they are semi newly introduced..
2 foot wide tanks are great for hardscaping..You can create nice rock work with pen space still.


I actually measured it after that and it's like 18 inches wide! So I was off a lot but hopefully it's still good!
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75s are 4x18x19.5 aprox and a 90 is 4x18 x25 aprox..
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75s are 4x18x19.5 aprox and a 90 is 4x18 x25 aprox..


Ok I defiantly think mine is a 75!
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