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Old 09-28-2011, 12:35 AM   #1611
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yep yep, anything else i can help you out with?
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Old 09-28-2011, 12:41 AM   #1612
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yep yep, anything else i can help you out with?
The money to buy it?! LOL


Just wanna see what the thing is spitting out in ~ 2 weeks
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kk in two weeks... more pics. hopefully in two weeks i can have this silly thing operational.

fyi if you go with this, my best offer that got it was $100/free shipping.
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ok so lets say i do add vinegar. what should i use? like malt vinegar?
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kk in two weeks... more pics. hopefully in two weeks i can have this silly thing operational.

fyi if you go with this, my best offer that got it was $100/free shipping.
Wow, that's way less than the original. On the other hand: you get what you pay for... Hope it'll work out. For my 120g I want one that can handle 250g, always get more than u need
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ok so lets say i do add vinegar. what should i use? like malt vinegar?
No, distilled white normal boring vinegar. It's not fish fry Tuesday :b
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Wow, that's way less than the original. On the other hand: you get what you pay for... Hope it'll work out. For my 120g I want one that can handle 250g, always get more than u need
this is true. but no need to overpay for a name.

anyway i like stirring the pot.

thats why i got one that was rated for 150g.

your after a big sob.
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No, distilled white normal boring vinegar. It's not fish fry Tuesday :b

not a fan of fish. malt is delish on beef and rice.
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Old 09-28-2011, 01:31 AM   #1619
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not a fan of fish. malt is delish on beef and rice.
I'm a vegetarian except for fish. Didn't eat it and my body got really sick without it. But I've been fine without the meat, ad I get extra karma points :b
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this is true. but no need to overpay for a name.

anyway i like stirring the pot.

thats why i got one that was rated for 150g.

your after a big sob.
And that's were the problems kick in: I don't have ANY space. How big is the footprint of ur current skimmer?
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