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Old 04-27-2015, 01:33 AM   #11
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Make maybe not newborns but a little older, to be very strong... kidding I don't know. Doesn't have and adjustment for filter flow - slower / faster?
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Make maybe not newborns but a little older, to be very strong... kidding I don't know. Doesn't have and adjustment for filter flow - slower / faster?
I just meant fish so young that they were smaller than "nano" fish. I was reaching for ideas.
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Maybe for use as a spare sick fish tank or QT? Tricky one - maybe the panels are removable?
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I think if they were removable that would just create a ton of flow, no good for a sick fish. That or half the water would spill out...
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I see no record of this....

I think if anything needs to change they just need to take the tank and make the chambers bigger.


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That would be ideal but I doubt they would do it. Probably would be too big and too expensive
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That would be ideal but I doubt they would do it. Probably would be too big and too expensive

It's only expensive because they make it expensive. Look at how much a DIY tank costs compared to stock on a shelf. $1 per gallon or less vs $3-$4 a gallon at a retail store.


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It's only expensive because they make it expensive. Look at how much a DIY tank costs compared to stock on a shelf. $1 per gallon or less vs $3-$4 a gallon at a retail store.


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Well yeah, they sell it at a profit. Especially these fancy-shmancy novelty tanks.
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Well yeah, they sell it at a profit. Especially these fancy-shmancy novelty tanks.

Cough Fluval Chi cough lol beautiful tank but way overpriced.


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We have that, and yes, overpriced...
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What about fluval spec? The 5 gallon long one. I was thinking about buying that, but don't know about the flow rate.


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