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Old 03-22-2006, 06:30 PM   #11
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I appreciate everyone's input, the tank looks so much nice already just doing a light cleaning of the front glass. I may do the sides at some point, but right now this works for me. hehe.

Now hopefully I'll be ready to add some fish.

Thanks Superwade, appreciate the tip for using a longer tube, I hated it when the pump was up at the top of the tank. Glad to hear one of your Clowns is surviving, it is always tough to lose a fish!

46 Gallon Bow Front Saltwater w/ 36" T5 Nova Extreme Lighting
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Wow, that looks better. I do clean the front/side glass of my tank a couple times a week.

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Lighting looks good.


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