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Old 03-03-2012, 08:58 PM   #1131
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Old 03-04-2012, 01:44 AM   #1132
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The first coral is a pachyseris rugosa, and the second is a pectinia sp.
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Old 03-04-2012, 10:03 AM   #1133
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My tank is new and still cycling. I also have a 54 gallon corner. Do you have your rocks resting on the glass in the back corner? I was thinking I needed to leave space away from the glass so I can clean the glass. Unfortunately, some of the smaller and light weight rocks I have keep falling forward so I was contemplating a different way to stack them.
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My tank is new and still cycling. I also have a 54 gallon corner. Do you have your rocks resting on the glass in the back corner? I was thinking I needed to leave space away from the glass so I can clean the glass. Unfortunately, some of the smaller and light weight rocks I have keep falling forward so I was contemplating a different way to stack them.

You can use some zip ties if there are a lot of ins and outs. If you have a masonry bit or a few bucks for one at HD then you can drill the rock and use plastic rods. You can also use aquarium epoxy and even special cement to hold it all together.
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:25 AM   #1135
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Tim, just a quick tip regarding your mp10. I turned the power to the max setting and adjusted the wet side until I had no vibration and the least bit of sound. Hopefully this makes sense to you. It definitely worked for me, but maybe yours is already dialed in. Key is to have the setting on max
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:40 AM   #1136
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My tank is new and still cycling. I also have a 54 gallon corner. Do you have your rocks resting on the glass in the back corner? I was thinking I needed to leave space away from the glass so I can clean the glass. Unfortunately, some of the smaller and light weight rocks I have keep falling forward so I was contemplating a different way to stack them.
My rocks aren't quite touching the glass, but they are close enough where I can not fully clean the glass. I don't even try to clean the side glass and I'm just letting the coralline algae consume it. I've seen many tanks online that the rock is up against the glass.
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:42 AM   #1137
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Tim, just a quick tip regarding your mp10. I turned the power to the max setting and adjusted the wet side until I had no vibration and the least bit of sound. Hopefully this makes sense to you. It definitely worked for me, but maybe yours is already dialed in. Key is to have the setting on max
Yup, I'm dialed in. I did the full throttle adjustment when I first added them. They really have been outstanding with just a hiccup here and there. 99.9% of the time, they are silent.
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Old 03-04-2012, 12:00 PM   #1138
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Tim, just a quick tip regarding your mp10. I turned the power to the max setting and adjusted the wet side until I had no vibration and the least bit of sound. Hopefully this makes sense to you. It definitely worked for me, but maybe yours is already dialed in. Key is to have the setting on max
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What did you want to see a picture of?
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