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Old 01-24-2014, 06:14 PM   #2151
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5th SW tank and 3rd reef, 3g pico setup 2 weeks ago!

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Old 01-24-2014, 06:23 PM   #2152
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5th SW tank and 3rd reef, 3g pico setup 2 weeks ago!

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Very nice! I wish I could do a SW, but just afraid to try haha
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Old 01-24-2014, 06:27 PM   #2153
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Very nice! I wish I could do a SW, but just afraid to try haha
I got into salt only 5 months after getting my first fresh. Its hard but the thing is it costs $$$ over time, especially when you cant stop buying!!!

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Old 01-24-2014, 06:33 PM   #2154
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[QUOTE=Fishman007;2803939]I got into salt only 5 months after getting my first fresh. Its hard but the thing is it costs $$$ over time, especially when you cant stop buying!!!

Heres my 20g as of now

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Haha yea that's why I'm afraid to do it, my FW costs me enough as is because I got addicted to the hobby and have 4 tanks running now. I love SW fish and inverts so I'd have at least 4 SW. I'd put myself into so much debt lol
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Old 01-24-2014, 06:42 PM   #2155
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Yep, tis awesome! Think ive spent atleast 5k right now and my 60 cube isnt even up yet! Just gonna go ahead and show you the rest of my tanks.

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And a 15g QT that probably wont intrest you.

Also a 20 long breeding pair of leaf fish wont be to far off in the future!
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Old 01-24-2014, 06:46 PM   #2156
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This is my tank , after doing some research I'm planning on changing to a dirt substrate in the near future. Still undecided on gravel or sand above the dirt layer.
Nice tank! What's your stock?

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Yep, tis awesome! Think ive spent atleast 5k right now and my 60 cube isnt even up yet! Just gonna go ahead and show you the rest of my tanks.

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And a 15g QT that probably wont intrest you.

Also a 20 long breeding pair of leaf fish wont be to far off in the future!
over the years between coral , tanks , rock , fish , lights , well you get the idea
I have at-least 50k invested both fresh and salt
selling used equipment don't get you but peanuts these days lol
so I know the empty pocket feeling
and it just keeps going you just keep upgrading I just got a 90g
I give it a year I'll do it all over again but this time a 250g till the floor lets go lol
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At the time of taking the picture it was just my 3 Boesemani Rainbow and 8 Rummy Nose Tetra, I've since added 4 Albino Cory's and 2 Assassin snails, next on the list is another 3 Boesemani. Considering BN pleco too but I think I will wait a while and do my substrate change before that.
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Here's my newest 90g tank been up about a week
the build /transformation link is below in my signature if you want to see more
I tried my best to keep the lay out as close as my 40 was .
since that was my favorite and it wasn't a easy thing to recreate just needs some macro's now
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over the years between coral , tanks , rock , fish , lights , well you get the idea
I have at-least 50k invested both fresh and salt
selling used equipment don't get you but peanuts these days lol
so I know the empty pocket feeling
and it just keeps going you just keep upgrading I just got a 90g
I give it a year I'll do it all over again but this time a 250g till the floor lets go lol
How many tanks do you have lol?
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