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Old 11-18-2011, 01:00 PM   #501
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Awesome looking makes me wanna go way big. Found a 275 gallon tank and stand for 400 so tempted to get that and do one huge tank instead of two 125s lol
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Old 11-18-2011, 01:33 PM   #502
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Great job with the rocks - good luck on the flip!
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Old 11-18-2011, 01:40 PM   #503
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Ok. As promised- daylight shots...

Oh yes- and I know my lighting is off. I'm taking my canopy down today to drill them in so there won't be any issues. I have to readjust to accommodate for the new additions.











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And I'm glad you guys like my rockwork. My husband doesn't like it . But I refuse to move it. Lol

Also, I have a question for power heads. I have two in the tank. Because I had minimal rock I only had my 2800 running. Now- even with all the additional rock- two power heads creates too much current. I don't see any dead spots in water movement. Is it ok to just leave the one running? My second power head is only a 1400.
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Old 11-18-2011, 03:31 PM   #505
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if he doesnt like it, will he move it while your gone?

ive got a mag 9.5 return pump and a koraila 1400 in my 40 gallon breeder... how do you have too much current?
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Old 11-18-2011, 03:40 PM   #506
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if he doesnt like it, will he move it while your gone?

ive got a mag 9.5 return pump and a koraila 1400 in my 40 gallon breeder... how do you have too much current?
Lol. The 2400 I won in a raffle. It's a korila. I believe it's a 95-100$ power head. Let's just say this baby works REALLLLLLY well. It's current goes all the way across the 6 ft tank and then back over. My bubble has to be tucked away just do it doesn't get too much current
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Old 11-18-2011, 03:45 PM   #507
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if he doesnt like it, will he move it while your gone?

ive got a mag 9.5 return pump and a koraila 1400 in my 40 gallon breeder... how do you have too much current?
Sorry. It's the 2700. That's 2700 gph
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Old 11-18-2011, 03:48 PM   #508
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kk well then if your getting 0 dead spots and every thing is happy then why not only run the one. ive read people putting a power head behind their rock just to keep everything moving back there too. just a thought.
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kk well then if your getting 0 dead spots and every thing is happy then why not only run the one. ive read people putting a power head behind their rock just to keep everything moving back there too. just a thought.
Not a bad idea- but I have dual overflows in the back and I can't reach in the middle
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Old 11-18-2011, 04:10 PM   #510
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hahaha put on a swim suit and figure out how much volume you displace. time to go for a swim? what about your reaching stick? and if none of that works... oh well right?
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