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Old 05-01-2013, 02:19 AM   #1
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Buying aquarium east Washington.


I live in Spokane and can't find any where to buy large aquariums. Does anyone know where to find a 90g or something around that size?
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Thanks man. I can't wait to find a tank and get my channel up again.
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Old 05-05-2013, 04:09 AM   #4
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Hi Patriot,

Check with Barbie at Aquarium Solutions....if not in stock I'm sure she can order it for you.
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:13 PM   #5
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Well I found a 125 gallon tank. It has a stand that needs work. It's pink right now and needs to get repainted black. The stand itself doesn't seem very stable as the owner used it as a terrarium instead. I don't want to risk crushing the stand with full weight.

Is there anywhere to buy stands that large? I can't seem to find anywhere online. Paying someone to build one might cost too much.
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I take it you can't build one yourself? Its not too difficult. Barbie might be able to help you with a stand. There's always the cinder block and plywood option.....
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Yeah I can't build anything from wood. Never done it before.
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Just because you've never done it doesn't mean you can't

You could try looking around at some estate sales or garage sales for a shelf that is sturdy. I think Petco might also sell stands that would work.
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2x4's and some t,g and nails and a saw and square bam.. a stand
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