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Old 03-21-2012, 03:53 PM   #41
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yes it is! i really should stop spending money on new tanks lol. eventually this one is going to be for sale once i have the other running. its pretty cool its a custom made all in one cube. its got the back panel just like this but is rimless.
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Old 03-21-2012, 03:59 PM   #42
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Nice. The rimless ones have me hooked. I CAN NOT wait to get my 60g rimless up. One week from right now i will be paying for it (get paid next week :-() and hopefully have water in it the next week.

You don't even have to paint the back glass, thats cool that the filtration is built in. Like a bio cube on steroids. lol But better.
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yeah i've really been wanting a rimless tank. its pretty close size wise to the 60 you are getting. its 20x20x20 the built in panel takes up about 4 inches on the back so i have about 20x16x20 of usable space. i thought about actually drilling the back and adding in a sump but i think most likely i will just use it the way it was built with the filtration in the back and then setup a big ato reservoir in the stand.
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Old 03-23-2012, 01:21 AM   #44
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heres a pic for ya carey. it still needs to be cleaned up but you get the idea lol




also got this the other day as a parcel trade. its a neon green nepthea. it was suppose to be on a rock but the guy cut it off i was told to rubber band it to a rock and it will take a hold in a week or so. is that right of should i do something different?

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Rubber band will work. New tank looks good, will look even better nice and clean.

and another build begins! lol
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figured i should get some new pics in here since i got a couple new things today.

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some zoas



more zoas and some kind of yellow polyps?

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