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Old 02-21-2013, 07:44 PM   #1631
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Nice pick up on the table saw Dary. Ill be putting some use on mine this weekend too making the stand for the new tank room. Can't wait to hear your review of that beast of a skimmer. The guy I just my tank from last weekend had a used skimmer about 9' tall that he said was used on a 20k gal system. Thing was monstrous!
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Old 02-21-2013, 11:38 PM   #1632
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Seeing your pic of 2 power heads to mix your salt has wondering why I use a bubble stone. Lol
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Old 02-22-2013, 08:23 PM   #1633
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Nice pick up on the table saw Dary. Ill be putting some use on mine this weekend too making the stand for the new tank room. Can't wait to hear your review of that beast of a skimmer. The guy I just my tank from last weekend had a used skimmer about 9' tall that he said was used on a 20k gal system. Thing was monstrous!
Tell me you didn't buy the 9 foot skimmer Keith ,.... That would really be something to see !!!! ( pictures? ) I started using the new table saw this afternoon,..wow ,.she's a real beauty !!!
I'm kind of at a stand still until the skimmer shows up,...hopefully ups will deliver early Monday am.
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Old 02-23-2013, 12:10 AM   #1634
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Lol, no I didn't buy it. My new skimmer dreams are on hold for quite some time. Had to get a couple of return pumps , ATO, and LED lights for the frag tank. That right there was the orca funds
Hope the build goes well for you. I wish my table saw was a Dewalt instead of a cheap ol Black & Decker hehe. At least the stand I am gonna start building this weekend doesn't need to be pretty as its going in the spare bedroom and is strictly for grow out.
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Old 02-23-2013, 08:11 AM   #1635
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Lol, no I didn't buy it. My new skimmer dreams are on hold for quite some time. Had to get a couple of return pumps , ATO, and LED lights for the frag tank. That right there was the orca funds
Hope the build goes well for you. I wish my table saw was a Dewalt instead of a cheap ol Black & Decker hehe. At least the stand I am gonna start building this weekend doesn't need to be pretty as its going in the spare bedroom and is strictly for grow out.
Gotta like that orca...re. Dewalt vs black and decker table saw., it prob wont make a real difference to me ., most of my woodwork looks like it was put together by the drunken brail woodworking institute anyways :-/. What did you go with as far as your ato and pumps for the frag tank?
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I'm getting this one.....
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Can you imagine the smell when cleaning out the collection cup ?
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LOL...there's probably more water in that skimmer reaction chamber than in my entire system.
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If I got that one I'd tie my house sewer to it too!
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Old 02-23-2013, 12:36 PM   #1640
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Gotta like that orca...re. Dewalt vs black and decker table saw., it prob wont make a real difference to me ., most of my woodwork looks like it was put together by the drunken brail woodworking institute anyways :-/. What did you go with as far as your ato and pumps for the frag tank?
I went with the Tunze Osmolator 3155 ATO & for my return pumps I got an Eheim Compact 2000 & an Eheim Compact 5000.

Clearly we have the same carpentry skills!
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