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Old 04-21-2011, 03:40 PM   #371
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but looking good non the less!
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Old 04-21-2011, 03:42 PM   #372
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Thanks wolf. Can't wait for it to clear up. I wanna run the tests on it and see if the cycle started in the bucket.LOL Hopefully I have some ammonia when I test.

My tank took exactly 18 gallons of water to fill after rock and sand displacement.
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quite a bit of rock and sand displacement. im getting my heater soon idk why but im excited. should i get the top or heater today im debating bewteen the two
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Get the heater. it will help you cycle.
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i need that darn kkit! its nice to hear things are going swimmingly on your end
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Old 04-21-2011, 03:58 PM   #376
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Water is almost cleared up, i can see to the other side now. i also kinda like the rocks the way they ended up. I got a really nice smaller piece from the lfs the other day and its full of coralline. Nice piece to seed my tank. And it weighed less than a pound so thats like a cheapo way to get coralline in the tank.
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your waters clearin up alot faster i musta stirred alot of sand up
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Awesome! It's so exciting!

How many gallons is that? I can't remember for the life of me!
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29 not sure home much is left after all tht rock
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Yepper it's a 29g cube. i just did my basic water testing even though it's prob way too soon but I got:

1.023 Salinity
0 ammonia
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0 nitrate
8.3 Ph

Guess I'll wait and see if anything tests tomorrow. I'm worried I may not see a cycle since I added so much LR.
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