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65 gallon Overhaul

11 years 8 months ago #11718 by redzebra24
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DO IT, take some pics. It would be real cool to know.

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11 years 8 months ago #11716 by dgarnier
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yeah I read that before, but also read that smaller bubble = less water movment...I am feeling like a mythbuster tonight.  An empty 29g and a sponge filter and some food coloring

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11 years 8 months ago #11714 by Nuchal Man
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Keggers right. Air Stone cut down a lot of noise.

I have a confession. I'm a cichlaholic.

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11 years 8 months ago #11713 by Kegger22
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  Plus the noise of 31 sponge filters is really starting to annoy my while watching the big screen


2 WORDS



Air Stones

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11 years 8 months ago #11712 by redzebra24
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Bigger tanks have more options. I don't like to stick my fish in small tanks if I don't have to. Just easier to keep bigger tanks and such. Nothing wrong with 10s, I just don't plan to use any.

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11 years 8 months ago #11711 by dgarnier
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Why no 10 gallons?  I am thinking about moving my reloading bench out, and converting to a fish room.  That way I would have more space for tanks and lots of 10g fry tanks.  Plus the noise of 31 sponge filters is really starting to annoy my while watching the big screen

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11 years 8 months ago #11710 by redzebra24
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Yeah, I really do. I am already rethinking the plans for the fishroom a bit. I am still trying to stay away from 10 gallons, and its easy as long as they stay out of my possession.

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11 years 8 months ago #11709 by Kegger22
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The fishroom is full, unless I stick a tank or two on the work bench.


you do realize that WILL  happen don't you? It did here :D

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11 years 8 months ago #11706 by redzebra24
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None of that is going in the fishroom anyway lol. Its going in the basement or the family room. The fishroom is full, unless I stick a tank or two on the work bench.

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11 years 8 months ago #11703 by dgarnier
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Toss the stand - it doesnt really fit in a fish room anyway

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