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Old 01-25-2016, 08:57 AM   #11
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So should i run q media reactor

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Old 01-25-2016, 01:44 PM   #12
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So i know its not the best looking design but thats what im thinking for a desk/stand what do you all think

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Old 01-25-2016, 02:10 PM   #13
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What media do you want to try and run on your tank?


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Keep in mind the weight of a 29gal tank full of water/rocks/sand/equipment and sump. I can't offer much for woodwork design just that fish tanks are very heavy and your going to want to leave a big enough opening to get your sump and equipment underneath.


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I grew up in a woodworking shop with all the tools i need i am still working on the design for the cabinet to hold at least 500lbs. To the right of the two doors i think will be one big door so i can put things in and take out. I have to do two doors under the tank i think for support.

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How big of a slump should i have?

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If it were me then I'd have as big of a sump as I could. I have so much open room under my stand but I can't put anything bigger then a 29gal in there because of small openings.

sucks because I have a spare 55gal.


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How big is ur tank

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I have a 110gal.
5ft long.

I guess it was ok because I put 2 10 gallon tanks in the bottom both turned sideways next to each other. One is a 10gal ATO reservoir and the other is currently a QT but it was originally intended to be a 10gal frag tank


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So im looking at setting a 20 gal up as a slump for my 29 so that should be good?

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