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Old 10-20-2016, 06:53 PM   #1
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I'm new to the site, but have been lurking on and off over the last year or so. Not so new to Aquariums, I have had them over time since I was a kid. Right now I have a 55 gallon with 4 Oto's, some where around 7 Swordtails(only 3 adults), 5 Neon Tetras, 5 Zebra Danios, 5 Harlequin Rasboras, 4 Pepper Cories and a Panda Cory. The tank is mainly planted and in the future the last 2 artificial plants will be going. Waiting in the wings for a few more parts to come in for it, is a 110 gallon system that I'll be setting up and transferring the fish and plants over too along with the Marineland C-360 filter that's on the 55 gallon at the present time and add a Magnum 350 that I have sitting around.
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Hello and welcome! I look forward to hearing more about your projects.
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Thanks, the fun part will be moving the 55 to a temporary spot to get the 110 up and running.
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Hi, welcome - sounds a great project
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Old 10-22-2016, 04:57 PM   #6
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Good Luck!

Have fun moving that 55 gal tank. Water is around 8lbs per gallon.
Welcome to the site; I am new too; some really good folks here.

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I have some furniture dollies, once about 30 gallons or so is drained. I'll have a couple of neighbors come over and help lift it the 5 inches and slide the dollies under it, snug down a couple of cargo straps and wheel it to a temporary location.
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