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Old 09-16-2010, 12:50 AM   #51
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Old 09-16-2010, 12:56 AM   #52
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Starting to get exciting now. Nice. Where are you going to fit a fuge in there.... my motto, skip the hassle of a fuge and get a really nice big skimmer in that sump instead.
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I'm probably going to go without a skimmer at all on this system. Gonna try something new this time around. I want a fuge and it may be an external sitting next to the main DT on the floor. I haven't plan that much out just yet. Time will tell how I work things out.
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I'm probably going to go without a skimmer at all on this system. Gonna try something new this time around. I want a fuge and it may be an external sitting next to the main DT on the floor. I haven't plan that much out just yet. Time will tell how I work things out.
Im sure either way, it is going to look great!
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Old 09-16-2010, 02:22 PM   #56
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Unfortunately, with the stands for those corner tanks, you don't really have room for all the "necessary" chambers/equipment in a sump and make it large enough to support that tank. It always proves to be interesting to see how someone sets those up. Good luck!
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Unfortunately, with the stands for those corner tanks, you don't really have room for all the "necessary" chambers/equipment in a sump and make it large enough to support that tank. It always proves to be interesting to see how someone sets those up. Good luck!

It is a small space but I'm not going to be doing things the "normal" way. I want to try a few different methods with this setup and see how they go. I can fit a lot of stuff in a small space and maximize filtration.
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I'm confused. The tank got there yesterday, and there's no water in it yet?
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It is a small space but I'm not going to be doing things the "normal" way. I want to try a few different methods with this setup and see how they go. I can fit a lot of stuff in a small space and maximize filtration.
Yeah I'm sure you'll be able to be creative and come up with something cool.
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I'm confused. The tank got there yesterday, and there's no water in it yet?
I was wondering the same thing. I was like hum you can't have fish and coral with out water. what is he up to?
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