Thoughts on a 95g tank? Drilled?
I'm considering a 48x24x17, 95g tank, primarily because of the 24" depth of field. My goal is an absolutely minimum amount of visible equipment in the tank.
The issues I see are:
- weight, especially with a possible 29g sump. I would place the tank by a load-bearing wall for this reason.
- water changes. Unless something better has come along, I plan to dose EI and run high CO2. I can add a hose tap and use a garden hose to drain it out the front door easily enough, though it will be an issue in the winter, but how can i treat the incoming water without resorting to buckets and still maintain a relatively stable temperature, especially in winter?
- unusual dimensions. Is this going to look odd or have special scaping considerations beyond needing extra plants? Any pluses or negatives on CO2 dispersion?
Do I even need or want a drilled tank?
Getting back to the hobby and up to speed.
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