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Old 05-22-2004, 12:24 AM   #11
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The Guys Name is Steve Weast.. He has an 850g tank.. I have personally seen it and We are actually having a BBQ, Auction and Raffle over there in July... The tank is extremely awesome.... If you do a search on this board you should be able to find the post.. Hell you could probably google his name and come up with links that way..

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Here it is. http://www.saltcorner.com/sections/p...steveweast.htm

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I've seen links to this tank a few times and it still seems to amaze me.
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thats it thanx for all your help
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Wow, I'm glad the link was found. Now, I need to pick my jaw up off the floor and figure out how to convert the spare room into a tank

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The only thing I dont like about it is the trim around the tank (wall side). To me its to thick and it takes away and makes your I look at the trim. Other than that, unbelievable!!!!
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When you have that much lighting, giving off a huge heat signature and jacking up the electricity bill...do you ever have the DEA or police knocking on your door to make sure you aren't trying to grow a forest of mary jane? (just remembering all those cop shows where they would cruise over houses with helicopters equipped with heat sensing equipment).
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well i don't think he has to worry unless he lives in an area prone to that. haha

i remember when this post was up here before. what an amazing setup.


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