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Old 08-04-2004, 06:41 PM   #1
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new tank taking for ever to set up.

well i sold my 55 to get this new 125 i got but boy its taking for ever to get set up the way i want.
got the tank last week, building the stand this week, building the canopy and light system the week after. starting to miss my old tank that was already set up. i sure hope this new tank is worth the wait. being smart i kept my live rock so ill only need like 80 more pounds. saved alot of money there. still got to get the sand though. im gonna go with a sump made out of a huge rubber maid container. aproximatly 45 gallon one.not sure what skimmer to get yet, still looking into it.my old tank was so beautiful, right now im looking at a empty tank setting were the old tank was. man oh man. woods in the toolroom waiting to be assembled into a beautiful stand and canopy. think ill get started on it now

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keep us updated with pics on how it is coming out 8)

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Old 08-04-2004, 10:41 PM   #3
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Keep rolling, I'm sure it will be great!!
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set up, tan

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