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What type of fish is in the middle of CaptiveReefs (top left corner of page...hint it is the main character in Finding Nemo) )

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    These are very limited and not yet ready for sale. I need to work out shipping details. I put a magnetic branch holder into the LFS display tank. This is an MP40 Vortech. This will be awesome.

    We use three Sure Grip 100's on these. Once I figure out the best way to ship thse we will start making them available. I only made five. The one at the LFS, two for the Macna tank and I have one Stationis in the warehouse.

    Looks pretty cool.

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    Those are pretty cool, a couple holes for frag plugs would be nice.

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    I make both kinds. With holes for plugs and without. The branching ones will not have holes for plugs. That will make them to fragile.

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    Yeah that makes sense.

    Quote Originally Posted by gooch View Post
    I make both kinds. With holes for plugs and without. The branching ones will not have holes for plugs. That will make them to fragile.

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    I really like these. Its too bad you can figure out a way to put a hole in them.

    Can you give us some more pics from different angles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsflies View Post
    I really like these. Its too bad you can figure out a way to put a hole in them.

    Can you give us some more pics from different angles?

    I took this picture yesterday when I was picking up a tank at the LFS. I only had a second so I just took the one shot. I may get there this week sometime. If I remember the camera I will take some more pics. Were just really busy inthe shop right now so everything is kinda rushed.

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    Here are the two that are being included in the donated tank at Macna.
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    Here is the one I have in the warehouse.

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    I would like to know how much for the one that looks like it has five shelves with holes?

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    These things are going to cost about $200 shipped. I need to determine how much it is going to cost to package and ship them before I can be for sure but no more than $200. I hope less, but the first and most important thing is making them shippable. That may mean making a wood crate to put inside a double walled box with expandable foam cushioning.

    Scott

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