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    Fast forward a few days and here she is. I decided to trim it with black acrylic trim.
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    Great work !

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    Looking good

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    I might sell this one and build a bigger one. I'd like to go 450 gallon.

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    Love the tank its looks amazing with the acrylic trim wish I could get a small tank build by you or something and jw are you building a matching stand or a wood stand and pls upload video I like seeing video of the progress and jw how much would it cost for acrylic to build a 125 tank cause I might do another big tank for when I move and have 2 at my house instead of 1. Big and the other smaller and then have a few at my moms

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    Looks great Wayne, nice work!

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    Thanks everyone. Did a vid today to show the finished "swimming Pool". Gary volunteered to show just how big this thing is. And... It's for sale. I wanna build a bigger one now! Here's the vid we did

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    What would you sell that tank for

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    Not a penny less than 2k

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    Oh awesome it's worth it jw why don't you build tanks for ppl on here I know it's time consuming but with all the people that upgrade thier tanks thier could be money to be made

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    I have built a few already and I'm sure I'll build more too :)

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    Time for some new build videos soon. I've set up a new building devoted to tank building business at home.

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    Cabinetman would you ever do smaller tanks for people if they paid for the supplies and paid for your time or even build something else please pm me I think I've asked you before but never know might change your mind if price is right for u

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    Smaller stuff really don't interest me right now with my limited time. I'm going to build some bruisers to sell.

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    very nice build, this is interesting to me. I currently have a 125 glass full of wild caught fronts. I will be moving int he next couple years and really want to do something in the 7-8 foot range. these fish get quite large and look very beautiful in a nice large setting. I'm probably thinking 96X24X??? not sure on the heights. I want an overflow set up as I'm hoping to pipe it to a storage room for maintenance. It is pre mature, but I think we might have to sit down for a chat when the time comes.

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    96x24x24 is a real economical size. I've built them for a few members on here

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    My last build is the one That some big shot has been showing off and taking croedit for and showing all my little jigs and tricks I learned. #%sses me off bad. A 375 gallon tank.
    makes me mad cause he's profiting from my hard work.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by cabinetman Click here to enlarge
    96x24x24 is a real economical size. I've built them for a few members on here
    I can understand your frustration. Is annoying when someone is taking credit for hard work you put in. If you wanted to PM me maybe we could chat about my future plans it would be appreciated. just be aware we are talking a year from now is the potential time frame. but I like your attention to detail on this last build and the professional look of it all. Mad respect for your work.

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