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Old 12-19-2011, 05:14 PM   #11
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Now build out if cheap wood floor. But the maintenance man is going to look up to support that tank. And see what the strongest point is in my apt building so I waiting for that
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Old 12-20-2011, 01:18 AM   #12
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hi dream sorry been out on my bike,but as u were saying get the maintenance guy to look at it and he might b able to work something out good luck
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Old 12-20-2011, 10:06 AM   #14
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You're really fortunate that they are even willing to help you on this. Ultimately, they're saving their own property if the floor cannot support the weight, but still, I'm impressed.
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I,m lucky with the maintaince man. He lives on this property on firstfloor and has a 125 reef tank. He is lucky and has concrete floor. He still not sure about if it will hold it. he offert me to move to the first floor. So me and my wife debating it. he loves my fish. And the 29g is way to small for my jd,s and gt. My male jd is allready 6 inch female is 4 inch and so is my gt 4 inch. They or fine for now but they have to go to a bigger tank soon. So I,m brainstorming. What is the best to do. Because I set up both tanks. In my 29 or also africans cichilds. So I have a littelbit time to figure it oll out. It,s fun to do so. The idee is to split the tank.
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Old 12-22-2011, 02:14 AM   #16
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We live on the second floor and we have a 90 gallon tank on our living room. No problem yet. It's on a wooden stand so the weigh is distributed evenly. So far the floor shows no warping or anything. Our landlord was stupid we told her we had about 10 fish and she said fish were ok and in our lease it says 10 fish ate allowed to be kept with a tightly firing lid. Lol! She didn't bother to put how big the tank can or cannot exceed.
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We live on the second floor and we have a 90 gallon tank on our living room. No problem yet. It's on a wooden stand so the weigh is distributed evenly. So far the floor shows no warping or anything. Our landlord was stupid we told her we had about 10 fish and she said fish were ok and in our lease it says 10 fish ate allowed to be kept with a tightly firing lid. Lol! She didn't bother to put how big the tank can or cannot exceed.
I don't think the landlord was stupid, just not well informed about fishkeeping and doesn't realize how big ten fish can get, how much space a certain species requires, etc. Or how much a big tank can weigh when fully set up. Myself, I would have told the landlord what size the tank was.
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