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Old 04-13-2011, 05:39 PM   #1
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Question anybody use the 'portable storage units' to move aquariums?

I'm getting ready to move in the next month or so and my main concern is getting the fish & turtle moved and set up safe, and not loosing either of my aquariums along the way. I'm thinking about renting one of the portable storage units (PODS, SmartBox, etc) but I'm a little worried about the aquariums (55gal & 75gal). Pretty sure it's my responsibility to make sure everything is packed properly, so also my fault if something isn't secured, but I'm just wondering if anybody has any experience using these to move aquariums and if people would recommend regular moving vans instead (my dad driving).

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