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Re: Large tank construction

Info on large tank construction and a lot of other helpful information 
can be found at The Krib (http://www.cco.caltech.edu/~aquaria/Krib).  
The tank info is located in the Tank/Hardware section.  We should have a 
link to this site from the NFC website, if we don't already.

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>We are thinking of selling and building a new house. Tonight as we
>worked on house plans we talked about where the tanks were going to go
>etc. (good wife!). Well to solve one problem we started talking about
>putting a 120-180 gallon with a nice stand as a room divider. The more
>we talked and sketched we started thinking about a custom built 8 foot
>long tank. Probably 18 inches wide and not sure on the height.
>Obviously there is a LOT to be thought about here. Do anyone have any
>Web Sites saved that have articles on tank construction? I have read
>some but don't think I saved them.
>Not to brag but you can you imagine a tank 8 foot long and open on
>both sides??? WOW!!
>Jeff <*\\><
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>use it, it will be measured to you -- and even more.  Whoever has will
>be given more; whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken
>from him." Mark 4:24,25
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