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My 80 gallon broke!

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Nameless, Aug 13, 2004.

  1. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    My 80 gallon tank got a big crack when I was moving and now I have to put my 2 oscars and ropefish in a divided 60 gallon tank with my convicts. I had the idea of putting them in such a small tank, but I have to until I can find a new tank for them! It is really retarded though, my tank was just fine until a poured water in it then a just heard a weird crack noise. Oh well!
  2. Heather&Nicole

    Heather&Nicole New Member

    That *! Im sorry to hear that.

    Edited: "How about *stinks" - kc5gvn
  3. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

  4. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    That stinks. Try getting a couple big rubbermaid storage bins and set up your filters on those. It won't be pretty, but it's better than having all those fish crammed in a small tank.

  5. Fishkin

    Fishkin New Member

    Do you plan on getting another 80 or upgrade to an even bigger tank? That might be a good idea. But yeah, that does stink.
  6. tina1

    tina1 New Member

  7. grnlemonade

    grnlemonade New Member

    yea get rubber-maid bins for the fish like chelle said...when one of mytanks had a crack thats what i used....jsut make sure the temp isnt going to be to low and u have aeration in there such as an air pump
  8. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    Yeah, thanks for all your replys. I already have a giant rubbermaid container to possibly put either an oscar, ropefish or both and yeah, I plan on getting either a 75 gallon or another 80 gallon tank, but I wonder how much that is going to cost? :|
  9. Fishkin

    Fishkin New Member

    Around here (Wisconsin) a black trim 75 gallon tank costs $126.57
  10. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    Dats pretty good, but I'm in another country!
  11. Fish Addict

    Fish Addict New Member

    thats * to hear

    Edited: "Try *stinks" -kc5gvn
  12. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    Yeah, I know!
  13. kc5gvn

    kc5gvn New Member

    Hi unknown, Sorry to hear about your tank. That really does "STINK". You can try getting another piece of glass the same thickness and reseal it. Another way of doing it which is not quite as pretty but works fairly well, is to get a piece cut just smaller than the one that broke but large enough to cover the broken piece and silicone it to the broken piece and around the edges inside the aquarium. It has to be placed on the inside and not patched on the outside.
  14. M_wm

    M_wm New Member

    Wat was everyone say that had to be changed to "Stink"

    Ps the is to bad about ur tank :?
  15. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

    wow, that really *. are you gonna buy a new 80 gal?

    Edited: language
  16. grnlemonade

    grnlemonade New Member

    thats why acrylic is better in some ways, because it wont leak around edges like glass might.
  17. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

    My 29 gal is glass and i have never had a probolem with leaks.
  18. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    I dunno quit yet, it really depends on how much they cost. If I can get 2 50 gallons for my 2 Oscars and like a 30 for my ropefish then that is probaly fine. But, if somewhere, somehow I can find an 80 gallon tank thats not really expensive then I guess its better than have 3 separate tanks! Thanks for your post!
  19. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    That is a good idea, but I'm still a bit worried about the water pressure and also I'm not good with tools and that kind of stuff, so I would have to probaly leave that to my father. Thanks for the great idea!
  20. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

    I went to a bunch of stores today and i looked at the prices, it is $150 for a 50 gal and $250 for a 150 gal. they didnt seem to have a 80 gal there but $150 for a 50 is still alot so im guessing the cost is quite high for those. I think the 50 was the plastic glass (i cant think of the name for it)

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