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Old 07-26-2009, 07:07 PM   #1
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You asked for it... here's the frag tank!

Here's a pic, but it's just a tease... the frag tank right after pickup, sitting in the garage.

We're working on getting it cleaned up and then we'll get it in the house. The tank is 48x48x12. Lighting will be a 400 MH pendant, and we're in the process of collecting the rest of our equipment.
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cool! cant wiat ot see it up and running!
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Congrats on the pick up.
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I'm still amazed at how well vinegar works to clean it! Just about all of the dead coralline scraped off like butter after soaking for an hour with paper towels.

Next uppainting the stand and re-siliconing the overflow box.
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On your way to big time fragging. coming along nicely.
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Thanks everyone! The tank is cleaning up great. We'll be posting pics soon.
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can I get a frag from your tank when ya get it up lol, no better safer place to get a frag then from the people here!.. Im sure it be healthier then my LFS lol, cant wait to see it up and running
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