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48 gallon tank =)

davec15

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i got a 48 gallon tank for $5 at good will no it dosent have any leaks :smile: i want to know if it will work for an octopus.
 
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Awesome, nice find!

Now to make sure it never had copper used in it! Maybe someone can tell you where to find test kits for copper. I know they exist. As long as it proves to be copper-free, you'll have yourself a tank going in no time.
 
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The problem with copper test kits is that the concentrations they are able to detect are much larger than the concentrations that are dangerous to ceph.
 

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