How much will it cost to build a 130 gallon fish tank?

My friend's 130 gallons fish tank
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I recently decided to get back into the hobby after about a three year hiatus. I purchased a 130 gallon tank/stand/hood/lights off of Craigslist and hope to have it in the house this Friday, and start a fish-less cycle this weekend
My 130 gallon fish tank?
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My custom made 130 gallon fish tank. 5 feet long, 2 feet wide, 16 inches deep. I wanted the surface area if the water to be wider then the depth of the water for better oxygenation. My 130 gallon fish tank
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My custom made 130 gallon fish tank. 5 feet long, 2 feet wide, 16 inches deep. I wanted the surface area if the water to be wider then the depth of the water for better oxygenation.130 gallon fish tank is in great shape, no leaks. Was only used for baby stingrays.. Has two over flow boxes inside the tank that are sealed, but can be unsealed if you choose.. Comes with coralife light, new bulbs..130 gallon fish tank is in great shape, no leaks. Was only used for baby stingrays.. Has two over flow boxes inside the tank that are sealed, but can be unsealed if you choose.. Comes with coralife light, new bulbs..Excellent setup 130 gallon salt water fish tank. It's an Oceanic setup with 40 gallon wet dry overflow. Includes tank, stand, overhead lights and live rock inside. Asking $500. Buyer responsible for pickup and transport.Excellent setup 130 gallon salt water fish tank. It's an Oceanic setup with 40 gallon wet dry overflow. Includes tank, stand, overhead lights and live rock inside. Asking $500. Buyer responsible for pickup and transport.I have a beautiful cherry finish 130 gallon aquarium equipped with canopy and stand, that I just purchased on January 17, 2005. It is still cycling at the moment and they are no fish in it. Absolutely nothing. Just water. Anyway, mold grows on the lid and trim of my canopy underneath. Lysol says on it's can that is kills spores and stuff like that, so I spray a little bit on a paper towel and wipe the mold away. Then about 3 days later it is back. It is very unattractive, and it doesn't want to go away. The worst yet, the aquarium water isn't even heated, so I'm sure that it will get much worse when the water is warm, because those are the conditions that mold thrives in. There is a long strip in the back of my tank cut out for filters and stuff to go, so there is definatly aeration. What should I do? Thanks for you suggestions.Come with us in the one hundred and fiftieth episode of LA Fishguys as Jim Stime of Aquarium Design in Thousand Oaks CALIF., assembles a 130 gallon glass coral reef tank. Included in this installation is LED Lights, Internal Circulation Pumps, Algae Scrubber and a uniquely built custom made live rock sculpture.