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2pairs 10 gallon DIY AIO

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  1. #101
    2pairs - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Aug 2010
    Ann Arbor, Michigan
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    After much thought, I have come to the conclusion it is time for me to drop out of the contest. I have been in the process of down sizing for a while so I can concentrate on my display tank, and I need to use this tank to house some of my coral while making the changes.
    I want to say thanks to every one that followed along and for all of the kind words.

    AND BEST OF LUCK TO EVERYONE, I will still be following along.

  2. #102
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    May 2012
    Valley, PA


    Any chance of seeing a build thread on your mini DIY skimmer? I know this thread has been down for some time now, but I just came across it and love what you did with this tank.

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