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Old 07-11-2013, 09:03 PM   #3661
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Very cool! Congratulations!


It has begun........lol
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Old 07-11-2013, 09:14 PM   #3662
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Before you know it there will be a new build thread! lol

I may start one soon just to toss some ideas around until i acquire all the parts. No idea what to call the new thread as careys last build is used already...Maybe Careys last big reef upgrade?
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Old 07-11-2013, 10:30 PM   #3663
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Before you know it there will be a new build thread! lol

I may start one soon just to toss some ideas around until i acquire all the parts. No idea what to call the new thread as careys last build is used already...Maybe Careys last big reef upgrade?
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Hmmmmm, let's see.

How about "Carey's Last Build (For Real)-My New 220g"

Well, that only works if you plan as this one as the last one. LOL
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Old 07-11-2013, 11:25 PM   #3664
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It's like those perpetual going out of business sales. Give it up and join aquarium anonymous. You have saltwater in your veins (literally).
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Old 07-12-2013, 12:43 AM   #3665
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LOL. Sometimes i feel like I have saltwater in my veins, god knows I have my hand in tanks enough hehehe....

This will be my biggest build to date and I honestly don't think I will be going any larger, unless we move, knock down some walls or cut some in wall setups. lol

I also am planning an nuvo 24g build, the new AIO that has the panoramic tank. This one I hope to get as soon as the wedding is past. So I can't say it's my last build, just my last large build. hehe
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Yay! Carey I can't wait to see this get under way! Welcome back as well
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Old 07-12-2013, 10:22 AM   #3667
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I just looked up the 24g, and it looks awesome! Now you have me thinking about getting one for my next SW build. lol
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I've seen them in person and those nuvo's are awesome. It would be expensive for the lighting as it's 36 inches long but the possibilities are endless with so much display space. lol.I'm hoping to break down the biocube so maybe some of those fish can go in the nuvo. I'd actually love to have the clown gobies and the mandarin in it. I think that would look great plus they are kinda tiny so they would fit perfect! i was thinking pretty macro algae and some gorgonians maybe, I picture a really pretty tank.
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I've seen them in person and those nuvo's are awesome. It would be expensive for the lighting as it's 36 inches long but the possibilities are endless with so much display space. lol.I'm hoping to break down the biocube so maybe some of those fish can go in the nuvo. I'd actually love to have the clown gobies and the mandarin in it. I think that would look great plus they are kinda tiny so they would fit perfect! i was thinking pretty macro algae and some gorgonians maybe, I picture a really pretty tank.
Sounds cool! I'll keep my eye out for that build thread too in the next coming months.
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Congratulations on your upcoming wedding.
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