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Old 12-01-2006, 06:49 PM   #1
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Upgrade time!

Next week I am upping my 30 softie/lps to a 90 mixed with SPS with MH's, sump the whole deal!! It is a Oceanic 90 RR with a custom Oceanic 30 gal sump. MH's, T5 acintic,and moons built into the canopy as well as a few MaxiMod 1200's, and an Octypus-150 skimmer!

He is also throwing in 50 lbs of established LR and 150 lbs of sand. Between all mine and his LR and sand I should not have a cycle.

New fish in the plans are Lawnmower Blenny, Citron Goby, Jawfish, and eventually a mandarin as well as Acropoca, caps, and all kinds of SPS.

Another awesome tank thread coming at ya soon!!
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LOL! AWESOME! Congrats!
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Can't wait to see pics! Good luck with the move.
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Thanks Lando I am going to need it!
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are you planning on the mandarin feeding off pods in the tank or are you going to try and feed it?
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The tank is already established and the 30 gallon sump is half fuge and loaded with pods. I am going to have about 100lbs of established LR.

Even with this I will not get one for at least 6 months.
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Sounds good Mike. Cant wait to see the pics
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