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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-13-2004, 03:13 AM Thread Starter
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That's me, jumping into the deep end... I now have a 90 gallon All Glass sitting in my den and it's all your fault There I was innocently reading the paper, when this ad jumped out of the classifieds and warped my synapses. The guy only lived 10 minutes away, what else could I do? A brand new tank sitting empty for over a year, never even seen a cup of water, much less a fish or a plant, it was a crime against nature (and besides the price was right). Ok, so I had to take the Fluval too, guess the guy had never heard of the Eheim pimps (tighten up, guys, you let one slip through the cracks). Guess I get to pull the Icecap 660 out of mothballs now. It came with one of the GE AquaRays, so I finally got an idea of what they can do. Might have to put that puppy in overdrive to hit the bottom of this tank, though. It's a bit deeper than I had planned on getting. Now to reinforce those floor joists...

Well, at least my algae is pearling...
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LOL, congrats to your new addition. It's gonna be interesting to see another tank in the works.

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congratulations! now get it out of your study and fill it up outside to see if it leaks.
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I have the exact same tank. All glass 90 gallon. You'll love it to work in, yes you are up to your arm-pits at water change time...I do it on a hot day, very refeshing! LOL Have fun- its a great size to plant. What are you having for fish?? Mine is a planted angel tank, very beautful...
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-13-2004, 09:55 PM
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Enjoy yourself Zapus!

Better you than me! I can't handle anymore aquariums....for now!

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