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    300 gallon lego pond

    Discussion in 'Indoor Ponds' started by those1, Mar 19, 2012.

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      So I work for the kalahari resorts in ohio and the other day my boss told me they needed a pond for an event and asked if i could help build it. Me and a buddy did it in 4 hours and only had to buy the zip ties the rest we found at work or i already owned. enjoy the pics.

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      neat project! looks decent for a quick setup.
       
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      Very creative idea!
       
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      Ha ha...apply for a patent before someone else steals your idea.

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      Wow thats a pretty creative idea & it looks great.
       
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      thanks was pretty fun
       
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      Thats awesome, I did not expect it to look that nice in the end, Not a bad idea for a ghetto pond that looks this good. I'd take this over a inflatable pool any day.
       
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      haha genius
       
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      thanks it ran flawlessly for 3 days. We took it down last night the longest part was draining it. My boss actually told me they liked it so much they want me to set it up again for easter. They would like it to be bigger tho. The one in the pic is (inside dimentions) 5'X9'Xabout 1' Deep. I have enough liner to make it 7 3/4'X 12 3/4' X 1' deep so cant wait.
       

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