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Old 10-26-2003, 10:30 PM   #11
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True but then you have the weight of the substrate and rock that IMO is going to equil more than the 2lbs per gal allowance for those items.
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I allowed 40lbs for the 2gals (displacement) worth of substrate and rock per my formula sir.

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Ah. I missed that.

Anyway it would be cool to do. Wo8uld be like a bigger version of the macquarium's where they take the 6" macintosh screens and make them aqauriums.
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Oh yah I know the ones you mean FF

I am looking forward to the project.

I think I will remove the power cord so nobody plugs it in, though.

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I think I will remove the power cord so nobody plugs it in, though.
na, Leave the power cord but wire it up so it runs all the tanks electric components.
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A fine idea!

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