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Old 12-05-2011, 12:14 AM   #1
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Old 12-05-2011, 10:51 AM   #2
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I think it looks pretty good! Are all those rocks secure though, I mean really in there? I would be worried about an avalanche. lol
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Yeah im gonna have to make sure that would be a disaster! Any changes you would make?
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To be honest, I like it as is. lol It has lots of swim space and great hiding spots.
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Awesome thanks so much for ur advice
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The rocks are in the middle of the tank do you think they need to be pushed back? I was thinking it would be good to have flow behind the rocks as well and having them in the middle would help
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I tried that logic myself, but eventually I wanted the space on the sandbed in the front so I ended up stacking rocks against the back glass. The only place I left open was the sides so I could get at them to clean. I do still have a cave system in the back that my fish love to hide and play in so it's not like theres a dead space back there. I have my powerheads positioned so that water movement is in the back as well.
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Hmmmm i might move them back i dunno though it would give the tank more depth if i moved them back
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