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    just wondering if this can be done

    Discussion in 'DIY Projects and Ideas' started by adsuk, Mar 25, 2012.

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      just wondering if this can be done and if so what sizeplywood would I need :confused:
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      Hi the hight will only be 2ft / 2.6ft high as its more a pool / pond
       
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      That is a lot of seams to seal and I would use 3/4 4x8 ply wood


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      I am designing my own tank and what the big problem I am having is finding the filtration and pumps cheep


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      i thnik you would have to make some sort of home made filter. but that looks like it would be a fun project
       

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