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Old 05-08-2007, 04:18 PM   #21
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Congrats! Luckily since your tanks are fairly small, moving them to the new house should be a breeze. I moved my 2.5 gallon, 5.5 gallon, and 10 gallon to our new home a year ago with a 2 hour drive and had absolutely no problems. Just a matter of planning it out properly and taking your time to do it right.

Good luck with the upcoming move!!
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That 10 minute drive will feel like an eternity when it's time to move 4 tanks!
8O Piece of cake and knowing you, you will be overly prepared. Congrats on the house and I can't wait for pics of the fish-tank-house
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Congrats to you, and I just want to reiterate that although moving tanks is no fun, you'll be just fine. I moved 5 tanks ranging from 5 gallons to 55 gallons, and our trip was over 2 hours long. It all worked out ok for me- you can do this!!!
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