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    Building My 15,000 Gallon Mini Mega Tank

    Discussion in 'MFK Articles' started by arapaimag, Oct 31, 2005.

    1. arapaimag

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      In this project, I designed and built a second mini mega tank in my main fish room in my basement. It is a lot smaller but I like it very much. My mini mega tank is also L shaped. The long part of the L is 28 feet, the short part 18 feet. the front to back of the long part is 6 feet for the first six feet then widens to 10 feet, The front to back of the short part of the L is 10 feet, The tank water height is about 6 feet. It holds around 15,000 gallons.

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      Please note that none of this article or pictures can be reproduced or used in any article or story without my verbal and written permission.
       
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      you must have a good job or hit the megabux to afford these tanks :jaw: :jaw:
       
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      hah, yeah. Seriously. A rich canadian though :screwy:


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      BUt seriously dude, you personify what a monster fish keeper is. I can only dream of having a tank that size. I can only think of it now. Stock it full of my favorite south american cichlids with tetras, piranhas, pacus, silver aros :drool:
       
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      Now thats a fishroom :WHOA:
       
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      :ROFL: , i meant to say rich :(
       
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      The mini mega rocks. amazing pics.. i wish you could show more of the fishes in the tank.
       
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      superb set up.
       
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      amazing :WHOA: but we need some fish pix :naughty:
       
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      What an investment. More money in the tanks than the house itself most likely.
       
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      What are you gonna stock the mini monster tank with?
       

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