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  1. Hi all, I have been planing a monster tank build for a while now, over last 6 mths i've collected most things to run the tank. Now I'm looking at starting to build the tank, side's base back and stand are all planned, just working on front glass design. So to my question, as an example, 5x5x2ft tank is recomended to be 10mm glass (2ft is height), according to glass calculator i got off here. This is same as a 5x2x2. If I build brace's to handle the loads (up the front of the tank) is a 15x5x2 going to need any thicker glass with 2 braces and 3 panes of 10mm glass at 5x2? I'm pretty sure i've worked out that the loads against the glass wont be increased by going wider-longer, aslong as height not increased.
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  3. Hi, My Aqua One started leaking today. A least not my 8 foot I just put into the office wall... Got fish into another tank and have removed all the silicone to reseal. Found this crack. Arrows point left at it (reflection on left with arrows pointing right) The Glass looks kind of crushed and its all grey instead of clear, not just a single crack, yet the plastic on the outside of the tank is not damaged. Should I: 1) seal over it and hope it works 2) seal some glass over the crack and since this is a display tank, get a sheet of glass for the entire back of the tank and seal it into place? Should I silicone this one piece in place then seal the inside? or just get it up tight against the existing glass and then and then run a extra inside to seal it and hold it in place? Thanks Brooke
  4. Hi guys, Just wondering if anyone out there has resealed a bay front. If so are they hard to do or is it best left to the pros. And any recommendations on said pros.
  5. Heya guys! So I picked up a nice 270L tank for 120 bucks Bow front not really display quality but hey, it still looks the good. I have attached a 800L/ph external filter a 300W heater Water is pretty murky at the moment, but I have hit it with some Easy life and whole load of quick start So we shall let that cycle and let it get clear haha.
  6. got a front about 2 weeks a go has not eaten alot from the get go is gettin thin i have tryed lots of foods just takes it n spits it out water and tank is clean ph is 7.8 any ideas
  7. Hi all, Here are some photos of my front yard pond that has been running for 1 year and 3 months. Initial photos POND TODAY Water fall feature
  8. had these guys for a year and am unsure wat location they
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