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Old 04-08-2011, 11:41 PM   #61
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Old 04-08-2011, 11:55 PM   #62
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No prob. They are awesome! They pretty much make the best mod parts besides nanotunerz. They are good too. But for filtration InTank is the best.
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Old 04-09-2011, 12:52 AM   #63
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I've figured out my buy list and a timeline for completion.

Going to get my sand tomorrow and price some stands locally. Also will try to get the heater and new bulbs since it came without any.

Monday if i don't find a stand i am ordering the biocube29 stand from foster and smith, its only $133 with free shipping. i will also order the heater and bulbs and additional PH for circulation

If I can get the stand tomorrow i will begin filling it and get about 10lbs of LR and order another 25lbs from marco rocks on Monday. i'm trying not to go too rock heavy on this build, I got carried away the first 29g I did.

So worst case scenario I will have water in it by next Friday. I guess thats a good timeline, that week is gonna be soo long! LOL

Have I missed anything guys? I just took all those bio balls out and stuffed them into storage. I figure 5lbs of rubble for that section. Might be too much not sure..
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sounds like a plan. so you are planning on using the compact f? for lighting then? I bought the standard biocube stand for mine.
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Old 04-09-2011, 12:58 AM   #65
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I wasn't intending on putting any corals in for awhile if at all. Well i don't think i am. lol

What corals can I keep with the stock 36wx2 compacts?
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I'm so excited for this one! Yay come on next week...move along
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Old 04-09-2011, 01:01 AM   #67
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You guys really make this more fun than it already is! Thanks so much
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You should be able to keep softies very easily, possibly some lower light LPS if they are placed in the upper regions of the tank.
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I have leathers, Xenia, mushrooms, polyps, frogspawn, and Kenya Tree with the compact f. Bulbs are a bit pricey, and I wanted some more wattage. My new light fixture will be here by the end of next week I hope...
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I have leathers, Xenia, mushrooms, polyps, frogspawn, and Kenya Tree with the compact f. Bulbs are a bit pricey, and I wanted some more wattage. My new light fixture will be here by the end of next week I hope...
Then there will be pictures...am I right?!
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