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Old 07-22-2009, 11:38 PM   #1
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lets see those canopies

As the title says: lets see those canopies! post a picture of your aquariums canopy.
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Old 07-23-2009, 05:46 AM   #2
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Here ya go, it's my DIY version of a canopy I recently completed for my 120.
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Canopy opened. I don't have any good pics with the front closed.

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Very nice looking InfernoST and ccCapt
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Wow Larry that is a lot of light, How many watts are those bad boys?
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Very nice looking InfernoST and ccCapt
Thanks man, I think it only cost me 45 bucks in material a couple of hours to build and the worst part 4 days to apply the finish (I hate Poly, Yuck).
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Wow Larry that is a lot of light, How many watts are those bad boys?
MH 3 x 175 = 525w
VHO 2 x 160 = 320w
reg fluorescent 2 x 40 = 80w
Total - 925w
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Thanks Larry. Sorry about that BigFish.
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Any plans on how you did it , looks very nice, what part of ny you from ,me from albany ny
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Any plans on how you did it , looks very nice, what part of ny you from ,me from albany ny
Welcome To AA, I'm from brooklyn. I didn't use any plans, i made it to match my stand.
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