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One of my pal's needed some help hauling off some junk to the dump... While we were hauling crap outside his wife said, don't forget the fish tank?? So now, I am the proud owner of a fish tank that was given to me. The problem is it is one of those hexagonal designs. I think it is a 32 gallon... I put 6 5 gallon buckets of water and it still had some room at the top? I live in Owensboro, and have been to every pet store in town. I can't find a hood, underground filter, or anything for this tank... I've looked all over the internet and I still can't find anyone who sells anything that isn't a kit... Am I better off taking it back to the dump, and buying a new one or is this stuff still available? Any opinions are welcome.
Have you tried Petsmart? They used to have some in that stile a few years ago. If nothing else, you might be able to just have a piece of plexiglass cut to fit, and buy the light.
The hexagonal stuff is hard to find but its out there. I used to have a 65 and it was pain but I found a lid and light for it eventually. I say you theow it away and buy this 125 I have for sale/trade ,lol...
You don't need anything from a petstore, really. You can use a clamp light with compact fluorescent lighting, which will light your tank better than most hood lights. Look for a filter on craigslist, or just buy a hang on the back filter. Underground filters aren't used very much in the hobby anymore. If you're willing to spend some money, get a canister filter. I would also suggest planting the tank...always makes for a natural feel and cleans the tank as well.
OK what the heck is a clamp light...
I have a heat light... It is a light bulb with a metal shroud?I 'm not putting that in the water...
Sooo.... I'm getting a new Fish TanK!!!
Unless Hugh says oterwise....
This post was edited by Krikey 13 months ago
^^^That thing. Usually run 5-10 bucks. I'm confused...why would you put it in the water?
It's Lent. Fish fry. Duh.
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