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Old 07-01-2010, 11:26 AM   #171
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Wow, is right! Like everyone else, can't wait
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Old 07-02-2010, 04:14 AM   #172
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Following sorry about all the procrastination lol. This is going to be awesome!!!!!!!!
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Makes me want to puke with envy
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Old 07-03-2010, 02:05 AM   #174
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Some updates as I work on the tank...
I taped off where my tank is going to be so I could silicone without stinking up my house or affecting my young children.


My door for getting in and out of my taped off area is the window.


The acrylic overflow... I bought the 2 pieces this afternoon glued them together then added it to my tank. The two left bulkheads are in the overflow the right one isn't.


A look at the full height of the chamber.


And my little helper that has to always be in the photo
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Glad to see more progress! You're getting there!
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Old 07-03-2010, 07:49 AM   #176
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How many PH's do you think you'll have to use
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great tank but wont having it by the windows cause it to grow lots or algae?
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Wow. That's huge. Keep me posted. Can't wait to see pictures step by step. Good luck!
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GM, do you get any natural light coming directly onto you tank? Can you control the amount if it does?
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PH's... sorry I'm still not up with all the abbreviations. What does PH's mean?

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great tank but wont having it by the windows cause it to grow lots or algae?
...I kinda think we spend so much money on trying to create artificial sunlight that I don't mind some natural... even if it has some problems with it

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Wow. That's huge. Keep me posted. Can't wait to see pictures step by step. Good luck!
I will keep them coming as I build... I can't wait to see more pictures too... it means I'm making progress.

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GM, do you get any natural light coming directly onto you tank? Can you control the amount if it does?
I do get some natural light at about 5 or 6 pm and only for 2 hours maximum. If I felt it was nessasary I could put shutters on the windows...
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