06-03-2010, 11:48 PM
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Originally Posted by PRichs87
Ok. What kind of fish are in it?
Tanks are not made to be transported with water in them. Most likely if you do, the torque on the corners will split the seams, I know you do not want that.
here is what I did, I had a 200 mile 3 hour drive.
I took half of my water and put it in buckets with the gravel and filter media all in the buckets with the water to keep my BB alive.
Bagged all my different types of fish and put them into a Styrofoam cooler. Emptied both of my tanks all the way. Transported back, then I set up my tanks first thing when I got back. Easy as pie, didn't lose any fish and didn't cycle again. Just take your time during the process and do it right then you won't lose any of your fish.
Private message me if you have more questions.
All my fish are freshwater, danios, tetras, gobys, shrimps, ottos, hillstream loach and one snail
Do seams apply to the biube? I don't think it really has seams http://www.tropicalfishstore.com/ima...blk_hi-res.jpg
And I'll do what you suggested.