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Old 12-12-2009, 07:54 PM   #11
 
Lol. I Talked to an actual owner of a pet store today that has several african cichlids, two oscars, and a pleco in a fifty five gallon tank. Sounds like a concentration camp. (Not to make light of the past). I can not see how the fish survive like that. I hooked up the Twist 3X and after several leaks and 40 minutes of tube changes and trouble shooting I now am proud to say that it works. Hopefully it will be a benefit to the tank. Fish friend should be here in about an hour. Will be posting pics of the tank and my daughters turtle set up later as well.
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Old 12-12-2009, 08:54 PM   #12
 
Alright. Good news and bad news. Dear friends fail at times in following direction. She listened to the store clerk and not me. I now have Two small Oscars, A small Bala shark an Angel fish and a very very small (although cute) Pleco. The current plan is to keep said fish in my current set up until The new year at which time I will make a road trip for a larger tank. Size really is not an issue as I have more than enough room in the house. If the Oscars appear to "attach" themselves to each other I may just seperate them from the others when the larger tank is obtained. I have a friend in MD that has a 6 foot aquarium once used for Pacu. Not sure of the actual gallon size but it is conciderably bigger than the current set up I have. Again, thank you so much for the advice and help!!!!
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Old 12-13-2009, 07:46 AM   #13
 
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Sounds like a plan. Hopefully you can get everything going smoothly and get that tank some occupants. There is nothing more exciting than stting up a brand new fish tank.
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Old 12-15-2009, 08:36 PM   #14
 
I love my fish tanks. In my last house I had a 30 a 90 and a 55. They were a lot of work but so fun at the same time. I have had some great fish, I miss my giant Gourami and my old Oscars the most. I used to have a green terror that had no eyes. (when she was small she was attacked and they just healed over.) She was from a pet store. Had to keep her fed with lots of feeders. She was a doll though.
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