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Old 05-31-2006, 05:03 PM   #41
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And no, that wasn't rude. :P
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Old 05-31-2006, 07:32 PM   #42
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Hey 20 20, is that overflow good? Any problem with it?
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Old 05-31-2006, 09:02 PM   #43
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It works great, has never failed me in the 9 months I've been running it. The acrylic is a bit thin, though. I dropped it once, and it put a 1.5" crack in the front of it. Doesn't effect it's performance, but I'm REAL careful with it now.
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Thanks alot 20 20, if my plan for a new 75G fails this summer, i'll probly set up a sump/fuge for my 29G.

Hey ntswift, interesting clam u got there. Is it thriving? How long has it been in the tank? Pretty cool how u got a crocea under 130W PC
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Thanks for the prices! Where did you get the overflow and is it HOB?
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yeah its doing really well. I think it will be okay under the lights that I have. Its a really sweet clam! I know you can't keep a maxima under PC lights because they need really intense light. Even this one should be up at the top I just don't have room in the top of my tank to put it there. When I upgrade tanks to the 55 I'll make sure it gets to the top until it gets too big for the rock that it will be on.
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Yep, it's a HOB overflow.
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ntswift, crocea is a boring clam. If u put urs on a rock, i'll bore into the rock and u won't be able to move it when it gets big 0.o. Ur clam looks like it's doing fine. I tried a max. once... got killed by my cleaner shrimp the 1st night b/c the clam was already failing from the LFS. The LFS that i got it from is a bad place but the price is cheap and they always get new stuff. I just got to keep an eye on my purchases lol.
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