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Old 04-15-2009, 12:50 AM   #1
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Cool My 55g bowfront is actualy a 72g!

I was cleaning under my 55g today and found a sticker saying 72 bowfront stand. What an excellent surprise! Here it is about 90% complete. The decor and fish are all finished I just need to fix the tubing fiasco so that the bubbles come out of both rocks again aswell as the bubbletube across the back.

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what a pleasant surprise it must have been
i wish i could find out that my 10 gallon tank is actually 20 or 29 gallon...but i know this is not true...
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I know. Why cant I be under one of mine and suddenly find myself in scuba gear. Good find.
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I bought it used off craigslist, listed as a 55g (just clarifying so I don't look like I walked into a petco, bought something labled 72 and decided it was a 55). XD
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So there's where my missing gallons went... I bought a "55 gallon" bowfront off Craigslist recently and it measures out at about 40 gallons without substrate. Oh well, it's a nice tank and I got it cheap enough.
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