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Old 01-07-2005, 05:44 PM
 
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Default dimensions to gallons conversion?

Am I right?
3x3x9ft x ~7.4=~600gal?

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Old 01-07-2005, 07:29 PM
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Here you go:

http://www.onlineconversion.com/
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Yep... 606 by my calculations.

lxwxh (in inches) divided by 231 (cupic inches in a gallon).
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Are you planning on building a frog tank in your pickup bed?
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I knew someone was going to say that. At the time being it's a maybe until I recruit enough guys to remove the behemoth from my truck.
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*Cough*Chameleon tank*cough*
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Great!
I am glad you got it! 606 is what I roughly figured as well. How many of you did it take to carry it? What is the crack like, will it hold water? I figured it would be over 5000lbs full of water.

Enjoy and update with pictures. Get it set up and host a MAD meeting so we can all oogle over it.

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Did I do this right? 30lx24hx24w = 74.80 Is that right?
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yep 74 gal
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http://www.garf.org/calculators/TankVol ... ulator.asp

this will do the calculations for you just put 0 for the sand and 0 for the rock block.
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