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Old 09-06-2011, 10:20 AM   #11
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Yeah, getting 50lbs this week. I'm going to talk to John and see if I can get another 150. I'm going to have to do it in one day, maybe put them in the QT?
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Old 09-06-2011, 10:26 AM   #12
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Ya thatll work. Also if you put the water in the buckets put them in the buckets if you want. Theyll be fine for a while and if you want you can just stir the water. 150gs are awsome!!!!!! Have Fun!!!!!
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It can be done in one day,,just plan ahead and have the water pre made and ready
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Yep, make sure you have the water all premade. I filled my tank in the course of 3 days or so. lol I took my time. 125g of water was ALOT! And you shoudl add the rock first if you didnt know already. Makes for a sturdier base and you don't ahve to take out water due to displacement of the rock and sand.
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Yep, make sure you have the water all premade. I filled my tank in the course of 3 days or so. lol I took my time. 125g of water was ALOT! And you shoudl add the rock first if you didnt know already. Makes for a sturdier base and you don't ahve to take out water due to displacement of the rock and sand.
Got it. My corals are going to be ticked... Lol.. Now I gotta upgrade to the 72" light set... Smh
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It can be done in one day,,just plan ahead and have the water pre made and ready
Water is already prepared... Waiting on tank.. Lol
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Ya thatll work. Also if you put the water in the buckets put them in the buckets if you want. Theyll be fine for a while and if you want you can just stir the water. 150gs are awsome!!!!!! Have Fun!!!!!
Thanks. What size is urs?
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My tank is also a 150g.
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When I moved the corals I used an under the bed type rubbermaid container and filled it with the 55g water and they all had enough space and most had enough height of water to stay submerged. The ones that were on huge rocks I just put in buckets. I also moved my livestock over pretty slowly as well, actually I think I moved my corals first. It was a pain to catch all those darn fish outta the tank. My belnny and goby sooo did not want to be moved, I had to get everything outta the tank before Icould cathc those two guys. My clowns swam right into my net for me, for some reason every clown I have ever owned liked the nets. LOL
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K..,, what's ur stock?
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