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Old 11-20-2011, 11:49 AM
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Default where can i get a large tank?

so i want my pims to have a great home from the get-go. but i want to know where i can find a large tank, but i dont want to pay all my savings. also is there a place where i can buy glass or acrylic sheets that already come set in a 6-7 foot dimensions tank?

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Craigslist..check every day! You can also look into building a plywood tank if you are handy. Ebay..and post what you are looking for and willing to pay on the forums.
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Craigslist is an option ... just be sure check seals and look over it very well. I have ordered tanks from my LFS several times and had good success. Go in and ask them how much they could order you one for that way you will have a basic starting price to compare back to when you search craigslist.
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Keep checking Craigslist. And be creative. Not just fish tank, or even aquarium. I got a 150 gallon tank, stand, wet dry and pumps and hood after a odd search of 150 gallon. Be creative in your search and imo as Xmas approaches people are looking to unload. Good luck
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