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Newly planted 55 gallon
Old 08-09-2010, 03:51 PM   #11
 
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Oh and to JohnnyD, the tank measures 23inchs tall, thats top of plastic to the bottom of the plastic. 48inchs long and 17 inchs in the center of the bubble to back of tank. I found a sticker from when the guy bought the tank new and it has the number 72 on it. I assume thats the gallons but I may be wrong. It would be nice to know if it is a 72 or 55 esp when adding fish and fert and such. His receipt was still in there, he paid almost $1000 for the set up, I got really lucky for $200.
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Old 08-10-2010, 03:33 PM   #12
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48 x 17 x 23 =18768 cu inches = 81.24 gallons

its probably safe to say its a 72 gallon tank counting the loss of water from the bow and inexact measurements.
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