View Full Version : Got a new syste,, will be setting it up soon.
06/25/2007, 11:20 PM
I bought a 40g breeder and a 30g that I may make into another tank of some sort. I plan to do an in-wall tank, now that I have a basement. Hooking up the RO/DI tomorrow and will order salt after that. Of course I need to get the hole ion the wall taken care of, but with all of the construction guys on my block, that should be an easy one.
Looking forward to sharing it with you guys.
Is anyone out there??
06/28/2007, 08:13 PM
Yeah I'm here. But you have to leave the snow away. I hate winter.
06/28/2007, 11:18 PM
Ange, you're in ND, cold and snow are reality. Now, we just moved here from Florida and cold equals roughly 40 degrees in the winter. Besides, I want snow so I can go snowmobiling!!
My dad is going to give me his 75g AGA tank, plus lights and stand. He has even offered to ship it to me, from Michigan. I have to do the leg work to get it over here. What a deal eh??
06/28/2007, 11:22 PM
Yeah I'm here.
Can you elaborate, where is "here"?? Where is "Small Town"?? PM me of you don't want to publicize it. I'm about an hour drive east of Grand Forks. Would love to see your tanks. I already met a guy from Grand Forks. I bought a few tanks and stuff from him.
06/29/2007, 02:07 AM
not to bring ya down or anything but we havent had a decent winter for sleds in prolly 5 years, although last year was a little better
but being from theif river falls ur prolly an arctic cat rider so ur used to not riding that much...lol
i couldnt refrain from thowing a cat joke in there, but anyway i gave up on sleds a few years back, they're to much money just to watch them collect dust
p.s. good luck with the new tanks keep us updated
07/02/2007, 10:52 PM
The cool thing is that I work for a certain Cat Company and we ride in the summer as well as the winter. I am new to the company and have not "gone out west to ride", but my turn is coming.
Friends at work say not to buy a sled because there are too many at work to ride!! Drove a 2009 Bearcat around the parking lot the other day. Did a little testing of my own.
07/03/2007, 12:10 AM
ive know a few people that have worked for them in the past all have realy enjoyed the benifets, i wouldnt mind getting paid to test ride sleds all day
07/03/2007, 11:55 AM
I'm not a test rider, I am an engineer/designer. My team designs all of the plastic on the sleds. We also are the Styling Team, we desgn the new sleds. We are finishing the 2009 sleds and going to be starting the 2010/2011 designs here soon. Besides, my sit-behind-a-desk-all-day butt is way outta shape to be putting 8 hours on a sled or ATV!! Those guys are fit!!
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