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**To**:**<nfc at actwin_com>****Subject**:**Re: NFC: Aquariums****From**:**"Larry Needham" <LBN at satx_rr.com>**- Date: Sat, 30 Dec 2000 13:37:05 -0600
- References: <20001230124715.12789.qmail at web4501_mail.yahoo.com>

Got that part...do you take the measurement from the inside of the tank or the outside? My tank is 22.5 cubic feet by outside dimensions and only 19.5 cubic feet on the inside. Basically I'm asking if there's a standard...is tank volume determined by how much water it can hold, or how much it could displace. The only reason I give a crap is for resale purposes. Can I advertise my tank as a 145 or a 170? There's a common tank size (6 feet x 2 feet x 18 inches). This is a 135 on the outside and a 120 on the inside. Looking through the paper should I assume a 135 and a 120 are the same tanks? Maybe I'll just go to an aquarium store with a tape measure and calculator. Larry > cubic feet X 7.4805 = gallons. > jake >

**Re: NFC: Aquariums***From*: "James R. Madej" <gollum at abs_net>

**Re: NFC: Aquariums***From*: jake levi <jlevi_us at yahoo_com>

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