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Author:  aquamad [ Jun 3rd, '07, 21:51 ]
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Yep, the banner looks great - loving the Logo too :)

I need (WANT) a bigger tank... it would mean a much more stable water mass for my system (slower to swing in PH etc and slower to lose temp) - my smaller tanks (1000L) are easier to heat (and no doubt cheaper to heat too), but once that large tank of yours gets to a good temp all will be good for a long time :)
*drools over pics of big tanks*

Author:  earthbound [ Jun 3rd, '07, 21:59 ]
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Any idea what tanks about that size cost over your way AM?

Author:  aquamad [ Jun 3rd, '07, 22:01 ]
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Give me a day or so and I will have an answer for you - I never looked past my 1000L IBC's as I never pictured going bigger - but now I WANT TO!!!!

Author:  pondi [ Jun 20th, '07, 08:32 ]
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Great tanks . You can get 1000lt food grade wine fermenters over here for $250 not sure if their uv stable. We use them inside so its not a problem for us.

Author:  johnnie7au [ Jun 20th, '07, 20:24 ]
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Hi Joel

Good info,

what about a similar sticky thread showing details of your prices for those beautiful growbeds and stands?

Don't forget to yell if you need a little help shifting any more in the future!

Author:  mungbeans [ Jul 4th, '07, 15:56 ]
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Exactly what we are after. What is the brand? How can I buy one in NSW?

Author:  earthbound [ Jul 4th, '07, 21:38 ]
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Not quite available in NSW yet Mungbeans..

Author:  fizzyj [ Jul 13th, '07, 12:45 ]
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EB as J7 said, where are the details of your grow beds?
I think you need a sticky for all your products, or a link to another page or something.

Author:  earthbound [ Jul 13th, '07, 13:11 ]
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Getting there slowly Fizzy... All the products are going onto my main website, and thats what I'm working on ATM, except it's a huge job as I now have quite a range of stuff.

Ultimately I'll also have a seperate section here for BYAP products where I'll stick everything.. I guess I could do that now as a stop gap..

Author:  MCPHRO [ Jul 13th, '07, 14:23 ]
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Looks great EB... Cant wait to order some :-)

Author:  Daniel [ Jul 13th, '07, 14:35 ]
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earthbound wrote:
Getting there slowly Fizzy... All the products are going onto my main website, and thats what I'm working on ATM, except it's a huge job as I now have quite a range of stuff.

Ultimately I'll also have a seperate section here for BYAP products where I'll stick everything.. I guess I could do that now as a stop gap..


sounds good :D

Author:  ml29 [ Sep 9th, '09, 18:16 ]
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I noticed in Sue's system there was a 2000L rectangle fish tank used instead of the round tanks. I was just wondering the dimensions, colours and price for that tank.

Author:  TCLynx [ Sep 10th, '09, 02:00 ]
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can you link to sue's system thread so people can see what tank you are talking about?
Is Sue's system a complete BYAP system or might she have gotten the different tank elsewhere?
Might be better to ask about her tank on her thread since from here I don't even know what system you are speaking of.

Author:  faye [ Sep 10th, '09, 18:31 ]
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viewtopic.php?f=34&t=5782
Sues tank is part of a complete system that was full installed and features an insulated modular fishtank that is around 2 metres long x 1 metre wide. The space determined a rectange rather than round tank and has been customised. The fish tank holds around 2000 litres of water and retails for $1650-00.

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