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Old 03-01-2004, 02:01 PM   #1
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Your dream tank

I'm curious - if you could only have one tank, what would it be? Give us a full description, and to make it easy, let's say money and space are not a problem. . .

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Thats easy,

220Gal bow front SW tank. Mounted in wall with a tank room behind it, for maint and cleaning. The tank will sit on a Red Oak Stand and Canape, both build half int the wall as well. I want all the plumbing to run down into the basement Sump room where i want a 100Gal sump, RO, Skimmer and mechanical equiptment.

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Hmmm...have you ever been to "The Living Seas" at Disney? Or the Large aquarium at Sea World...

Well you get the idea, you could scuba in it.

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Stoneydee--what's your dream tank??

I don't have one right now--all the fish I really like are incompatible!
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keep dreaming...

I actually started a thread about this called Keep dreaming...

I have several dream tanks that you can read about in the post I listed above... I don't know that I could pick one even though there's a good chance none of them will ever happen...
Hopefully the link above will work, first time trying it...
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1000 Gallon acyrlic display
500 Gallon fuge
Toss in around one ton of LR
I would have to think on the details, but I can see it in my mind and it shall be mine! MUHUAHAHAHAH
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Mine would be a 350 gallon, heavily planted, tons of driftwood, with 16-18 Discus, 4 dozen rummynosed tetras, 3 dozen Emperor teras, 10-12 Congo tetras, and 20-24 panda cories.

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200+ gallons.... heavily planted , full CO2 and metal halides.... i just can't decide btwn discus or some really fun apistos. both maybe? is that possible? well, me ever owning a 200+, not possible. so i'll throw em in there.
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This is too cool. . . Mine would be at least a 300 gallon (on the floor but raised) indoor goldfish "pond," complete with tropical aquatic and semi-aquatic plants, and a really cool fountain.

I'd like to have a combination of about 15 fancy goldfish, and since I'm partial to ryukins, they'd have to be in the majority.

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