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Old 12-02-2004, 01:55 PM   #11
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How and where do i go to apply for the lisence? Know any wholeseller in the SouthEast area?
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Old 12-02-2004, 02:54 PM   #12
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You may need something more like this. Here is my entire hospital 2-10 gallons and a 40 gallon(pic 2). I employ an extra garbage can to expand the volume of the 40 gallon to handle a big bioload. By using an overflow and a return pump (pic 1), I add another 20 gallons of water volume.
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Old 12-02-2004, 11:55 PM   #13
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thats a really good idea, should it only be used for water? or what about droping something in their from the display tank? or maby a chunk of rock from the sump..... the wheels are spinning.

about the whole seller lisence. send me a private message and ill try to give you instructions.
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I just used a big (4'x4"x12") sponge that I seed in the sump for a few week and threw it in the garbage can, a lot of good bacteria. The problem with using rock, it you would have to remove it if you treat with meds. If you had a parasitic outbreak, you would have another problem because the rock could not go back to your main tank. Would infect the main if you did. What would you do with the rock?
A big sponge IMO is best.
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i was just thinking that you could through the live rock in the garbage can. then i got to thinking of other things you could add on to the garbage can. none of wich would work. inface forget the rock, bad idea.

but could you possibly put some of the fish in the garbage can instead of just using it for extra water only. or would that just turn out bad?
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but could you possibly put some of the fish in the garbage can instead of just using it for extra water only. or would that just turn out bad?
You could, just would need to protect them from the pump somehow.
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right, right. well thanks every one, i think im now ready to go build a massive qt
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