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Old 07-14-2014, 02:15 AM   #1
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Got a 65 and my tank plans are starting to come together, starting to build stuff.
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Doing some DIY canister pumps, cfl lighting and maybe run some water for hydroponics.
Also where the middle space is going to be a beer fridge for now. See about co2 later tho.

It's a long way off but this is my end game
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Old 07-17-2014, 02:07 AM   #2
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Done some more work on it but there is still plenty left. Pumped on all of it tho. Here are some pics
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I have 6 13w cfl in there now but gona have 4 23w and 4 13w to get a lil over 2 w/gal


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So long time no up date but I have a bunch of pics. Still have somenwork to do but things are doing good, lots of new growth and not to much of the plants have melted back. Moss isn't doin good because I forgot about it when I put it in the lil cave when I was working on some other stuff. I didn't want it flying around the tank and i didnt know what I wanted to use it for yet tied it to lavarock now tho
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