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Old 06-22-2006, 09:16 PM   #1
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I did something bad.

or good maybe?

50 gallon tank, no damage or scratches, stand, inbuilt side-drop filter and all media, air pump.
$0.00 (Hey the price was right)

*sigh* and I promised myself I wouldn't get MTS again.
This is my temporary spare-males-to-be-sold tank, pics to come..

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Old 06-22-2006, 09:35 PM   #2
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This is my temporary spare-males-to-be-sold tank, pics to come..
I think you did good, 'cause when all those spare males are gone you can just tear the tank down and sell it.

'cause it's temporary. Right?

What are the dimensions of the tank?
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dang right it's temporary, it's only a little 48"Lx14"Wx18"H with an open pine stand, so not really worth much.
But i'm not really in the hobby for the money, i'll probly either tear it down and keep it in the shed for emergencies or just give it away to someone who wants to get into the hobby.
On the other hand i'm also thinking about trialing a small scaled aquaponics setup with a few herbs or something...
As it is the males will most likely get swapped for something else and a bit more variety
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