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DillIuSionS
Eh....any bro here no how many feet by how many feet is a 40 gallon tank??

Tanks in advance unsure.gif
jowy_ham
wow, very hard to answer leh, without any of the L x B x H as a fixed measurement unsure.gif

But a 3ft x 2ft x 1ft tank can hold abt 45 Gallons.

U can always use the AquaCal @ http://www.rafflesgold.com/forums/index.php?pg=aquacal for a quick estimation wink.gif
mountain
remember to +/- some according to the water level height + objects in water.
The Matrix
QUOTE(DillIuSionS @ Mon, 29 Nov 2004 2:04 pm)
Eh....any bro here no how many feet by how many feet is a 40 gallon tank??

Tanks in advance  unsure.gif
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Most tanks out in the market of 3x1.5x1.5, or 2x2x1.5 are around 40+ gal. Best always to get a tank of 1.5ft tall.

Use the Aquacal please ...
Allan
QUOTE(DillIuSionS @ Mon, 29 Nov 2004 2:04 pm)
Eh....any bro here no how many feet by how many feet is a 40 gallon tank??

Tanks in advance  unsure.gif
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Curious - why do you go by gallon when the norm is by litres? Also... US gallon or imperial gallon?
DillIuSionS
4 feet tank enough to hold how many GFs arhz??? And with filter and lighting how much will it costs/??? thnks... peace.gif
Seacucumber
4ft tank?? normal 4ft tank is arbout 230-250litres
should be able to hold 2 fish!

100l per fish pls.....hehehehehe
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