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My new 4x4x2 Tank


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    JasonP420 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default My new 4x4x2 Tank

    Well its not really a new tank but an emergency tub that im using to hold my reef untill i can reseal my 180 gal. that sprung a leak on tuesday. But lucky enough the guy at the LFS is awsone and lent me this tub.

    IMG 1637 - My new 4x4x2 Tank

    IMG 1638 - My new 4x4x2 Tank

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Wow that was very nice of him. Sorry to hear about your 180. I've had a tank leak recently and know how you feel.

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    tankdude - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I've seen people use those tubs for frag tanks before, at least you were able to save your inhabitants. Good luck with your tank fix.

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