34G cube tank. Slowly building this tank, 30ish gallon sump, cabinet/stand, Reef Octopus NWB-150 skimmer. Build in progress.
It was originally drilled with one 1" hole on the top right. I have done the following so far:
- Vinyl black background - cut from a blueprint vinyl machine
- Had 2 drain holes drilled 1"
- 1200 GPH overflow with bulkheads
- 1" bulkhead return reduced to a 3/4" dual nozzle loc-line (waiting for loc line to be delivered)
-Return pump to be decided and ordered within a day or too
More pics will be posted soon after plumbing. Hopefully powered by LEDs within the next couple weeks
Yea i got the stand for free from Delphi when i use to do contract work there but never ended up using it untill now. I do have one concern about the wheels.. I dont know how well it will support all that weight when the tanks are filled up. I was considering taking them off when Im ready to fill the tank. They are plastic and It sure would cause one **** of a mess if one were to break.....
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