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Unread 07/31/2008, 08:04 AM   #26
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very nice piece of reef chris..I love how "filler coral" makes every area of the tank come alive..


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Unread 07/31/2008, 08:07 AM   #27
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very cool! I would look into hiding the cord for the powerhead. Run it straight back, then into the compartments or cord track. Hopefully they gave you enough length to do so, otherwise look into getting an extension
Its long as crap lol, i did have it straight up, but wasn't worried about it, but will fix it, i took off the piece of plastic that you can have a chiller hose threw and have it running threw there, i might get some gsp or something and glue it to it to cover it, and hide it lol... I think I'm not going to let coraline grow on the back glass at all, i like the way it is, makes the corals 'POP' and fish... Ill just have to keep up on cleaning the glass more.

I was thinking of using one of my 10 gallons and setting up a fuge/sump in the stand... I do have a cheap way i would do it, maybe use an extra mj 1200 i have or 2 laying around for the sump? Not looking to spend too much on it if i do. I don't even know if a 10 gallon would fit in there...


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Unread 08/08/2008, 12:05 PM   #28
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The tank as it looks today, i had to move the one set of zoas off the rock and put them down the bottom, because my cleaner shrimp kept hanging on them irritating them so they kept closing.



I know this should be on the sand, but i was wondering about peoples opinions about placing it on the rock, i wanted to give it more light.



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Unread 08/08/2008, 03:51 PM   #29
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Looking good! i think the brain don´t need the small amont of more light it gets from that position.


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Unread 08/10/2008, 02:35 PM   #30
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It's coming along nicely Chris, but I think that open brain would look nicer on the sand. Besides, I don't think it's getting that much more light being up a couple of inches from the sand. Either way, everything looks great. Keep up the great work.


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Unread 08/10/2008, 04:13 PM   #31
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I am going to move it down there, thanks!


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Unread 08/11/2008, 08:14 AM   #32
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That clown is awesome


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Unread 11/16/2008, 01:04 PM   #33
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hey hows the tank going any updates??


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Unread 11/21/2008, 07:20 AM   #34
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Havn't really bought anything for the tank, just busy working. Ill just say girls are crazy lol, keepin me busy...


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Unread 01/02/2009, 09:46 AM   #35
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Im going to be adding some new stuff to my setup, im trying to sell my old css 125, and my aqualight pro retro from my 90 gallon setup so i could get some money to buy some corals and fish. Ill post a pic later of what it currently looks like. I currently have a few corals, my pair of clown's and my cleaner shrimp. I had to make it easyer for me to take care of. But now i have a lot of time to take care of the setup.


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Unread 06/08/2009, 08:24 AM   #36
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Any updates? Is it just my computer but none of your pics are displaying?


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Unread 06/08/2009, 05:48 PM   #37
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I took my website down for now, ill be posting some soon. I love my RSM lol, just don't have much corals for it.


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