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Old 01-14-2012, 01:11 PM   #1041
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You gonna get a lot more where that came from! It kinda makes the rocks look nice though.
Haha ya, better than white i guess!
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Old 01-14-2012, 01:16 PM   #1042
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That's what I was thinking too. It looked too white without something on it.
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Old 01-14-2012, 01:53 PM   #1043
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That's what I was thinking too. It looked too white without something on it.
True!

Ok, so the powerheads are really mixing up the sand and stuff. One of the smaller rock formations actually fell with no support. When i have fish/inverts will this not happen? Or should i try and redirect my ph's? Its good though because there seem to be no dead spots!
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Are they pointed towards the surface?
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Hey G as you I'm new to this whole SW and in my BC 29 I have my power heads in the rear hitting the surface but there like pointing at the same spot and the stock intake I have straight to the surface. It seems to create a whirlpool effect and I can see the flow all over the tank. Just food for thought. Good job with the tank btw...
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Are they pointed towards the surface?
No, one is twoards the surface/straight. The other is at the front glass/ground
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Hey G as you I'm new to this whole SW and in my BC 29 I have my power heads in the rear hitting the surface but there like pointing at the same spot and the stock intake I have straight to the surface. It seems to create a whirlpool effect and I can see the flow all over the tank. Just food for thought. Good job with the tank btw...
Oh ya i gottcha! So they all flow together? Does the sand get kicked up or moved at all?

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Ok, here are some pics guys!
The last picture here looks amazing! What is that giving such a fresh look?
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The last picture here looks amazing! What is that giving such a fresh look?
Thanks man!! I really appreciate it!

I just turned all the lights off and pulled out the phone!
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Sounds similar to my PH setup. I have my stronger 750 pointed at the surface and then my 550 pointed slightly downward. Very little sand, if any, floating around. I've been doing some scrubbing and cleaning off of my HOB stuff so that has been floating around before my skimmer eats it up.
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