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Old 01-28-2011, 03:18 PM   #21
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Nice, great job. I like it!
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Old 01-28-2011, 05:28 PM   #23
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thanks . i still got some more trim piece to put on the stan by orders of the wife lol . but its getting there . the top is still got a ways to go just got to wait for the time to get it done
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Looks pretty nice. Good job.
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ok bit of a update . i got my stan about 98 % done and the canopy about 70 % done ( pics will be up later ) . i allso have ordered the 6 lamp nova extreme prolight .

.now here is another ? i have on a thought i was having . since there is only one over flow box in my tank what if i was to use those two holes for drain and have two new holes cut in the back of my tank for return .

now if i was to do this .
? 1 would i be just wasting my time .
? 2 would there be anything to gain from doing this
? 3 what size holes should i drill
? 4 does it madder if the holes are in the middle or towards the ends

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wasting time.
nothing to gain.
all the overflow box needs to do is transfer water to the sump. if you are accomplishing that and feeding all of the necessary components enough, then any more is completely unnecessary.

btw, the stand looks great!
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thanks x . well over the next few days i will get the wood work done and start working on getting the rest of equipment i need to start filling this bad boy up .
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got all the trim done on the top to day . going to be burning and staing the wood tomorrow and will have more pics
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Your stand looks outstanding!
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Old 01-30-2011, 09:22 PM   #30
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well all the wood work is done . thank god . now its time to start focusing on getting it up and running . it dident turn out to bad considering all i have is a hand saw . one one t5 in the tank right now still waiting on the other light .




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