New 170 gal pond

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    rebelangel_3733, May 29, 2016
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    170? Looks close to 300 but I can't see the depth. Love the bathtub
     
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    Its 18" deep and basically 5'x 8' it used to look like... this at my daughters when I had just put it in like 6 yrs ago
     

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    Smaug God makes perfect. I just dug the hole

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    5x8 by 18 inches is 350 gallons assuming average depth of 18 inches
     
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    well home depot when I got it claimed it was 270 gals lol so who knows
     
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    270 gals sorry thats what home depot claimed it to be when I got it 6 yrs ago, but then again I also put a bog on it and that had probably another 30-50 gals to it but this tub should only have about oh maybe 10-15 gals in it maybe
     

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