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Old 07-04-2004, 02:12 PM   #1
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Accident with Monti. Cap.

I was trying to stick my monti cap to a LR and I broke a little chip of it off. I think I accidently fragged it 8O. Will it and the chip be ok? They both are sliming now, should I glue the chip to another rock?

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They should both be fine, make sure they get a good amount of water flow to help with the slime and just becasue they like a lot of flow!
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