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Old 01-10-2012, 10:04 PM   #1
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Tank capacity

I found my Advertisement flyer. It says my black tank is 59 gal....and the grey is 47 gal. Is that accurate ???

Seems like they should have reversed that, as the black fills WAY slower than the grey.

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Beats me. Our tanks are 42 gal black and 58 gal gray.
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My 5er had 118 fresh, 40/40 B/G. What do I do with the other 38?



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My 5er had 118 fresh, 40/40 B/G. What do I do with the other 38?
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