Discussion in 'Show Off Your Fish Tanks!' started by rocketmandb, Jun 17, 2013.
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That's true, good old Pythagorean theorem.
Yeah, it's going to be tough to give it up, but we do have some nice valley views where we're making the offer.
We're making an offer because it's a lot bigger (lot size is 7x, house 1.5x) and it's in a very nice, quiet area with better services (read, less crime, better police).
For the win!!!
Where in the town are you going to be in? Cause there's a person right next to me moving out lol
I just have this perfect tank in my head that I want to build. We all have our visions, it's OK if they are different. I want a 5x5, 3x4, 3x6 maybe, but a gyre tank viewable from at least 3 sides. Cubes win though for me wanting a gyre. 3x3, 4x4, 5x5. 6x6 would be the lottery tank with 8 MP60s at opposing corners.
Why, why , WHY do I keep coming back here???
No you are right on with the 5x5 tank. I've had a design in mind around a square tank for a while with a very cool pedestal stand... yes pedestal. But I'm not sure the space will support it and I really like rimless. You're making me reconsider, though.
Either way, I'd have an extra hole in the center overflow to act as a conduit and I'd have flow pumps mounted on each side with their cords going down through the center - which rules out Vortechs since I don't have anywhere dry to mount the power side. I don't want to mount anything on the glass because I want totally clean sides.
You already know the answer to that question.
Tunze's on the center overflow box; done!
I had the dry chamber incorporated in the original tank that I had. I was going to do a 2" pvc pipe with about 8 power heads. Wish you the best and hope they accept the offer on your house. This is going to be an epic build.
What about doing a closed loop drilled into the bottom of the tank?
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