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92smokeaccord 10-14-2012 10:24 PM

Omg im the craigslist king!
 
so as some of you know i have come to acquire my current tanks by crazy deals from craigslist.well today i officially topped my record!I now own a 320 gallon tank and stand!!!!yep 320 gallons all for the low trade of some of my air tools that i no longer use.4 pieces of air tools total.no pics yet but i am officially picking up the tank this saturday after i barrow my pops trailer.today i went and seen it and did some measuring.dimensions are 96L x 24W x 32H.also this tank is solid 1 1/8 inch glass and weights in at about 600lbs alone! im sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo excited but i cant set it up untill i move in a few months which is a buzz kill but its mine all mine!!!!!!!!!!!! it will be taking my 150 gallon tanks place and i will be using my 150 as my salt water tank then take my 125 and use it in place of my 55 gallon.im happy but the wife aint looolll.

madyotto 10-15-2012 05:32 AM

sounds nearly as good as my deal the other day

i got a brand new 250L tank L48" x W15" x H21"

as i say its new and solid for only 108 inc delivery

Sqbear46 10-15-2012 06:14 PM

Awesome!

Stoke88 10-16-2012 03:56 PM

That's a crazy big tank. I'm super jealous...

willow 10-19-2012 04:23 PM

i'll look forward to seeing this tank set up. :-D

92smokeaccord 10-21-2012 05:08 PM

pics!!!!
IMAG0909.jpg picture by jeremyliscio - Photobucket
IMAG0910.jpg picture by jeremyliscio - Photobucket
IMAG0910.jpg picture by jeremyliscio - Photobucket
IMAG0910.jpg picture by jeremyliscio - Photobucket


1 1/4 inch glass bottom
IMAG0910.jpg picture by jeremyliscio - Photobucket

3d background i made out of slate slabs
IMAG0910.jpg picture by jeremyliscio - Photobucket

Tazman 10-21-2012 05:48 PM

Welcome to the huge tank club!, just picked up a 220g myself this weekend at 72"x24"x30", took 6 people to safely move it.

Make sure your floors can take literally the ton+ of weight once that beast is filled with substrate and decorations etc.

92smokeaccord 10-21-2012 09:30 PM

Yeah I have cement floors lol.thing weights more then a ton .the tank alone is 600lbs.stand is about 200 to 250.whith water this. Thing should tip the scale at 2.5tons.
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