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Old 08-18-2008, 08:44 PM   #1
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New 180g tank

hey guys. It turns out that one of the LFS around here was taking down thier display tank. I ended up buying the 180 gallon tank and stand for 450$. Its predrilled and has two overflows. It was a pretty good deal and the tank and stand are in good shape. I won't be able to set it up right now because i'm going back to finish up my last semester of college in a couple days. So it will sit down in my room for 3-4 months till i finish up and get a job and a place to stay. I'm pretty excited about it. A bit of a jump from my 12gal nano.
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Sounds llike a dream come true. Congrats on the new pick up.
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Congratulations! Just think, if you don't have a place to stay you can always sleep inside the tank :P
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Haha i keep *mostly* joking that when i finally do get my own place that i will probably have my tank set up before i have a couch or kitchen table.
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Congratulations! Nothing wrong with tanks before furniture IMO.
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