12-10-2006, 02:30 AM
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Thanks dprUsh, I bookmarked the thread lol.
I'll be skipping the epoxy route though, and using two products made by Sani-tred.
Seems to be everything you'd want in a tank sealer, permanent, UV proof, extremely flexible, puncture resistant, fairly inexpensive, food safe, inert, and even bonds to itself once cured (great since my tank will be made to be disassembled.)
Although fiberglass and epoxy is tried and true for the most part, it's not ideal for me since I don't own a home.
Best case is that ittle be 520 gallons internal (inside being a true 7x4x2.5, if I can talk the wife into letting me do a 8 foot long tank it should be around 600 gallons.