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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default new frag tanks

    Here is a pic of one of the two I got. They are all in one systems in so far as you can use a nano skimmer, carbon and a little power head for the recirc pump.

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    looks pretty cool, how tall is it?

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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    5 inches
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    Dimensions??

    Are ya gonna tie these into your system, or keep them seperate?

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    20*15*5

    These are going to run each on there own. one for zoa's and lps and the other for acropora.
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    Nice quality looking tanks. How are you planning to light them? With the dimensions as they are T5HO would be tricky... so will they be HM or LED?

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    Nice little frag tank. Mine if I ask......... Where did you get them? How much do they sell for?

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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    http://stores.ebay.com/Advance-Acrylics

    He is a decent guy. PAcking is rediculously good. If you decide to get something tell him acropora1973 sent you and he will give you a decent deal. You can make an offer on a lot of his tanks and he is fair about it. I have four little tanks form him and am super happy with them.

    These are what that 7 up fixture is going over.
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    Mike - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Maybe one of the admins can offer this guy a sponsorship here? just a thought.
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