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Old 10-06-2005, 01:30 AM   #1
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tank decision!!

i'm planning on upgrading to a bigger FW tanks.. here are two options!

http://boston.craigslist.org/pet/101574750.html

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http://boston.craigslist.org/pet/101613949.html

one of them is a 75 and the other is a 90 one is a wooden stand, the other is an iron one. 100 dollar difference between the two. let me know, thanks![/url]
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Old 10-06-2005, 01:43 AM   #2
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for that price buy both.
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If you have to choose only one I would go with the tank that has the wooden stand. Iron stands may sound cool but they don't let you hide accessories very well.
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yea i'm going to ask for pictures of both so i can see. and i think the 90g would be a little too big of an upgrade right now.
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bigger is better!! I would go with the 90 gal.. i would love to have that one day..
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yeah, go for the biggest! You can always buy/build a wooden stand later down the road, and in the meantime, hide the accessories in a different cabinet!
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If you can wing it.. Get them both.. there both good deals..
I personaly think a 90gallon is a little tall, If you ever want to have plants and such (upgrade to a reef tank some day ).. but its manageable.. HTH
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as far as i can tell the smaller one doesnt have any filters and the like or have i misinterpreted it? so those cost may add up to make the difference
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