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Old 09-16-2013, 11:01 AM   #1
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Used 150 gallon buy

I just bought a 150 gallon tank off Craigslist. I have a 55, but all the fish I really want would out grow 55! So I found one really big tank for cheap! But after getting home I noticed they like resealed corners with caulking?!? I guess my questions are 1) will this hold? And 2) is this harmful to marine life? I'm planning in doing saltwater. I read somewhere that some copper based treatments can cause some sealants to come apart! I haven't had to use and treatments, but for future reference! Any input or advice would be great and welcome!
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