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Need to borrow something to hold some water this weekend

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Need to borrow something to hold some water this weekend

Post by mike623 on Wed 11 Jan 2012, 8:20 pm

I am trying to switch the substrate in my 135 gallon tank this weekend. Does anyone have any containers that I could borrow this weekend? I have my 30 gallon rubber trashcan I use for water changes but that will be full of new water. I had three more 30 gallon trashcans and found out they had holes in them. If anyone can help me out shoot me a pm. I live in whitehouse and can pick up whatever you have.

Thanks, Mike
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Re: Need to borrow something to hold some water this weekend

Post by aaronmc_43 on Thu 12 Jan 2012, 2:37 am

A 35 gallon tote at Walmart is only 10 bucks that's what I would do
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Re: Need to borrow something to hold some water this weekend

Post by matt_longview on Thu 12 Jan 2012, 3:16 am

I have a food grade 55g drum. The lid doesn't come off so it's only good for water, but if it helps let me know. A place over by tyler sells them for $15 I believe but you can borrow mine.
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Re: Need to borrow something to hold some water this weekend

Post by mike623 on Thu 12 Jan 2012, 8:23 pm

Thank you to everyone that offered. I think I came up with enough stuff to hold the water I need. One of those blue plastic kiddie pools will be holding most of it Very Happy I don't think the wife is going to like it on the kitchen table but i think she will get over it once she sees the tank with the new sand in it.
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