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300 gallon

Discussion in 'Quad Cities Area' started by Guest, Nov 30, 2007.

  1. Guest

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    i was wondering if i could pay a few of you menbers to give me a hand i been thinking long and hard i want to bring my 300 gallon home from storage that i had when i owned my pet store 4 years ago downtown davenport  this tank is not light and will need 6-8 pepole to pick it up its all glass and very very heavey last  time i moved this tank from my house to pet store it got droped when we took it in side the store lucky it dint brack  its drill and its a rr tank i just need a hand getting it home ill pay any one than helps just let me know what u want for payment  thanks so much
     
  2. covey

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    I can help.

    What are the dimensions?
     
  3. covey

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    BTW you joined the club that is al the payment I need/site/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/_default/emoticons/smile.gif

    Maybe a beer or two/site/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/_default/emoticons/wink.gif
     
  4. seanndenise1

    seanndenise1 Inactive User

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    ill be needing some beer and frags, those number 1 koralias you have , if you havnt broke them yet, and a ride to and from the job site, a wake up call and a cup of coffee. and i smoke while i work so ill only have 1 hand to carry the tank with.

     
  5. Guest

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    ill have to go down and take  a tape and mesheur it i know its 8 foot long  and its not light the glass is 1 inch think on it  i have a tralier we can put it on im hopeing i can get it in my new house down the steps to basment
     
  6. seanndenise1

    seanndenise1 Inactive User

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    steps? you didnt say anything about steps in your original post.
     
  7. Guest

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    I'll help, better get a case of beer.  Good stuff, not a normal tank size.  Also, is it reef ready with overflows>  By the way, my wife and I almost bought the house you live in.
     
  8. Guest

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    yes its reef ready ya al we like the house we live in so im glad u dint buy it times like this i wish i had a walk in basment shawn thair is only like 7 -8 stpes ill go count them thair is 6 steps we can do this in a month no hurry i cant left any thing till i have sugury any ways
     
  9. vvolfe1

    vvolfe1 Inactive User

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    300 gallons? I'll help as long as I can take a swim in it after set up. Or maybe just come over and look at it once and awhile.
     
  10. Travis

    Travis Well-Known ReefKeeper

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    1 month after knee surgery? You should just milk it for all its worth and make sure everyone comes over before you are healed. Play the pity card as long as you can, especially with the wife.. /site/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/_default/emoticons/tongue.gif
     
  11. Guest

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    ya right i ask for a back rub she told me to rub it my self when i get my sugury on the 11th ill play the sad crippeld man honey i cant get up and get the remote my knee hurts bring me somthing to drink can u fluff my pillows a ice cream cone would make my knee feal better can u got to the pet store for me i neeed fish food im planing it all out as we go
     

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