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my new build


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    Default my new build

    well i have a 55 atm and upgrading to a 180gallon!
    the 55
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    of the 180
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    clownfish117 - my new build

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    larryandlaura - Reefkeeper
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    Wow what a jump! Very nice collection
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    Nice! Looking forward to watching this build!

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    Congratulations on the upgrade!


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    whats the dimensions of the 180?

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    thanks guess and im really excited to
    dimensions 51" long by 29" wide by 28" high
    plan is most sps, acan, chalices
    fish stock plan is achilles tang, purple tang, black tank, sohal tang and some wrasses

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    steve&mari - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Wow killer fish list will be watching bro
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    thanks oh and forgot the chevron tang

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    ok guys gonna get skimmer in a few super reef octopus and then the cycle begins!

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    Awesome sounds like you are moving along with this project pretty well.
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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