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Old 02-19-2013, 05:39 AM   #1
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okay to "install" fan worm tube-in-tube?

This is silly, but I had an empty tube from the base rock bin in my tank and got this nifty fan worm for V-day

his tube had a little bit of him out the "back" end, so I figured he was big for if not out-growing his current tube, if that is even possible... (I'm new to these guys)

SO here is what I did, he fit in pretty easily, no squishing but a snug fit... is this okay? the lfs just had them in the sand bed



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Old 02-20-2013, 09:21 AM   #2
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Would tend to think that if he hates it, he'll drop his crown and move.
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Ok thanks Been. I see him in and out and no sign of illness.
I wasn't sure if they liked sand or needed both ends free or anything
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