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Old 06-10-2004, 10:18 PM   #1
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800 gallon tank or bigger

does anyone here have a 800 gallon reef tank or bigger (a reef, no sharks though)???
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Would that be a swimming pool? 8O
Holy cow, how big would that be? I'd hate to have to do a 20% water change in that thing.
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my neighbor has a 800 saltwater tank if that helps
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Would that be a swimming pool? 8O
Holy cow, how big would that be? I'd hate to have to do a 20% water change in that thing.
Unless your talking about kiddy pond thingies, or those inflatopools, a swiming pool general is atleast a couple thousand gallons.


Cause.. I have an 18,000gal swimming pool in my back yard, and its not very big at all. So, hard to imagine something so tiny being declared a pool :p
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i meant if anyone has any pictures of there tank
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oh. the guy that i saw the tank from was pretty much a loner. i didnt really feel confortable by him but he was a nice guy. he has 2 dogs 2. beautiful things.

plus i dont know him very well so i wouldnt feel comfy going over there again and then asking to take pics?
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Cause.. I have an 18,000gal swimming pool in my back yard, and its not very big at all. So, hard to imagine something so tiny being declared a pool :p
I got a 24 round and it's 14,000 gallons. Of course it's freshwater...
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ok look i am was not wondering about swimming pools, or your neibhors tank

i want to knwo if anyone on this forum has a 800 gallon reef tank (with no sharks)

and if someone does please post some pics of your tank and filtration sump/fuge whatever you have.
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if you think you have the biggest tank on this forum post here

not about swimming pools or somone you know that has a big tank, your tank and your tank only
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