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Old 06-23-2004, 12:16 AM   #1
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Check out my New Live Rock

Got 40# more today from Liverock.com, this stuff is great im really happy with it. So now I have a total of 80# you guys think I need 20-40# more?
The first 40# was all gulf, the second was mixed gulf and keys.
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Old 06-23-2004, 12:17 AM   #2
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Old 06-23-2004, 12:26 AM   #3
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Looks great!
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Cool beans. What is the plant out in the front?
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Old 06-23-2004, 08:32 AM   #5
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I would say you could use more. What size is that tank?
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Old 06-23-2004, 11:30 AM   #6
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tank is 60 gallon
plant was on one of the rocks no clue what it is yet
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60 Galon Tank
(3) Maxi Jet 1200
Eheim 2213 filter
CPR Bak Pak Protein skimmer
Rena 200 watt heater
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(2) 54 watt
(2) 36 watt
Water General RO+DI
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80# Crushed Coral with Aragonite
(2) Percula Clownfish
(1) 3 Spot Domino Damselfish
(2) Yellowtail Damselfish
(2) Sargent Major Damselfish
(1) Choclate Chip Starfish
(3) Brittle Stars
Lots of Snails and Hermit Crabs (Not Identified)
(5) Crab (Not Identified)
(2) Black Urchin
(10) Dwarf Red tipped Hermit crabs
(7) Scarlet Reef Hermit Crabs
(9) Mexican Turbo Snails
(3) Peppermint Shrimp
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WOW 8O THAT Looks great. I think that you could use a little more. About 20 more should be enough. I am Very impressed with the rock that you got.
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little hint on your seaclone skimmer !! if you want to help it perform alot better drill a 3/16th hole into the lid and add a small wood air stone attached to some undergravel hard air tubing with a small air pump !! you can dial it in alot better ! the prob with those skimmers imo is that the maxi-jet is just a bit small for it !! if ya notice when you crank open the venturi how much water flow you lose !! so by adding the air stone ya can close the venturi a bit and get more flow and alot better foaming action !!
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little hint on your seaclone skimmer !! if you want to help it perform alot better drill a 3/16th hole into the lid and add a small wood air stone attached to some undergravel hard air tubing with a small air pump !! you can dial it in alot better ! the prob with those skimmers imo is that the maxi-jet is just a bit small for it !! if ya notice when you crank open the venturi how much water flow you lose !! so by adding the air stone ya can close the venturi a bit and get more flow and alot better foaming action !!

Can you do this on the skilter also? (Yea, I know).
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