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Old August 8th 03, 04:05 AM
Dinky
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"Kudzu" wrote in message
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Anyone know of someone that makes a 5 foot long tanks? Glass preferable.

Looks like they jump from 4 to 6 foot. I have need for a 5 footer. 6 is

just
to long and 4 will work but a 5 would be better. I am not opposed to
building one but I would much rather buy one and not have to fool with it.

Kudzu *\\



Do a google search for 'custom aquariums' and choose one in your area to
contact for pricing.


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Old August 9th 03, 04:16 AM
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"Kudzu" wrote in message
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Anyone know of someone that makes a 5 foot long tanks? Glass

preferable.

Looks like they jump from 4 to 6 foot. I have need for a 5 footer. 6 is

just
to long and 4 will work but a 5 would be better. I am not opposed to
building one but I would much rather buy one and not have to fool with

it.

Kudzu *\\


Hagen's standard 108g tanks come in a 5 or 6 foot length. They are both
18" front to back, but the 6' is 21" high and the 5' is 24" high.
Because it's a standard tank, it's relatively inexpensive. Both sell for
$413 cdn up here. hth

NetMax


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Old August 16th 03, 05:32 PM
Mephistopheles
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"Kudzu" wrote in
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Anyone know of someone that makes a 5 foot long tanks? Glass
preferable.

Looks like they jump from 4 to 6 foot. I have need for a 5 footer. 6
is just to long and 4 will work but a 5 would be better. I am not
opposed to building one but I would much rather buy one and not have
to fool with it.

Kudzu *\\


I had a similar problem. Here in the U.S., there is at least one
standard size (i.e., mass-produced) five foot aquarium -- it is a 120
gallon long. I know perfecto makes these, and I expect all Glass does
also. Oceanic may as well, but they are more expensive. You should be
able to order it through your LFS.

Meph
 




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