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Old 01-30-2009, 02:08 PM   #101
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From your Opening Post:
"Background: I am a new hobbyist and trying to get a FOWLR setup for my house. "

LOL.. I guess the FOWLR went out the window pretty quick ey? I'm in the same boat.. My FOWLR Only tank is soon to become a Reef tank. I'll just give it another month or so to make sure my levels stay steady.

Anyway.. Your tank looks REALLY nice man.. Really Well Done.. Kudos to you!

I didn't read all 10 pages.. What did you ever end up doing with that DIY Sump? Your post in the DIY section kind of died right when you were starting construction.

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