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Old 04-16-2006, 04:57 PM   #1
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The 110 came in!!

I am so excited!! It will be empty for another couple of months or so as Daniel finishes up the living room, but it is in place

Now in the last picture, you see that it's above daniel's head...I go up to approximately his shoulders. and I will be the one doing the tank maintenance







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Old 04-16-2006, 05:48 PM   #2
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How nice! So it's 4' x ? x ? Looks 30"inches high. What are your plans for aquascape....viewed from both sides. Overflow/sump....tell us all about it.

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I don't know much about it yet except it's going to be a FOWLR viewed from both sides.
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nice setup.
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Re: The 110 came in!!

Looks great Lori That’s going to look so nice in the foyer greeting you each day.

I assume it’s a standard 110 high size of 48 7/8 x 19 x 30 ¾. Should provide enough width for some good sump choices.

Is that built in overflow 600 gph?

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I was goign to say it looks beatutiful but it will be hard to access for maintance and setup. Get a good step ladder and prepare yourself for a lot of bending and arching to get stuf in and out of the tank.
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Thats a totally nice setup! Tell Daniel to come and install one of those in my house!
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Make sure you use a quality step ladder.
Heck, I just figured she'd strap on a harness and suspend herself from the ceiling!


Looks like a great projet is ahead of you! Keep us updated with pics!

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Heck, I just figured she'd strap on a harness and suspend herself from the ceiling!
I was going to suggest the 4ft high scaffold but thought it might be over kill :P

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lol you guys are too funny. Will definifly have to get something better than we have now. I do have a snorkle, so I was thinking of doing maintenance from inside the tank...j/k
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