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firereef 07-11-2004 09:03 PM

Dream Tank??
 
If you could have any size tank under 1000 gallons what dimensions would you choose??

Heres a few examples:

900 gallon - 96x72x30
935 gallon - 120x60x30
807 gallon - 108x48x36
957 gallon - 96x96x24

What size would you go with?? Make up your own dimensions if you like...I'm building a new one and am looking for insight.

scuba_steve 07-11-2004 09:46 PM

96x96x24 be my choice :-)

revhtree 07-11-2004 09:53 PM

If I were going big, I would get as big as I could afford and handle. 957g for me. :wink:

So are you going to have one that big? 8O

jamal-188 07-11-2004 10:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scuba_steve
96x96x24 be my choice :-)

Same here, awesome cube, not too deep :D

firereef 07-11-2004 10:37 PM

im thinking 100x72x30.

trying to make up my mind.

sayuncle 07-11-2004 10:38 PM

Hello to all this is my first post here! :lol:

A 120 gallon to me is the perfect size by staying with a 48 inch length you get the most front to back space to work with...
:lol:

scuba_steve 07-11-2004 11:25 PM

welcome to aquarium advice sayuncle :-) but if your making one think it be easier to go with a cube myself !

packfan2204 07-12-2004 04:27 AM

i'm kinda likin' the 10 foot long 935 gallon

chimera 07-12-2004 07:21 AM

whatever size, i'd just love my tank to look like Steve Weast's tank. Best pic I've ever seen of a reef tank - oh, and btw it makes a really cool background on ya PC!!! (right click, set as background)

https://www.reefcentral.co.nz/images/...sts850NICE.jpg

Bearfan 07-12-2004 08:44 AM

How would you ever do anything in the middle of a 96x96? I would also pick that tank, but at only 24" deep I can't think of how you'd ever do anything in it.

scuba_steve 07-12-2004 09:26 AM

i would pile all the rock in the middle and leave the perimeter for fish to swim ect..
chimera love that pic what a great looking tank :-)


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