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2pairs 10 gallon DIY AIO


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    2pairs - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyhigh View Post
    Yea, where are the pics!!!!!!!!
    I put them back, I don't know why but it dropped about 1/2 my post.
    So I put it in again using the edit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    Sweet! We have pics!!!

    They are not great picks but the closer you get the bubbles mes it up more.

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    2pairs - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Might be a better picture.

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    Much better!!!

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    Wow Jim..very impressive indeed let that bad boy grow out..


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    2pairs/Jim, Does your wife? go under the same name on M.R.? LOL Just that I was under the impression you were famale for some reason. Sorry if I was waaay off, lol.

    Nice tank. I am trying to get the neighbor to do a similar tank so there wouldnt be a sump ect. in the living room between their chairs. What about cost to make it? or what would it cost about if you didnt have it all laying around?


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    2pairs - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Patrick View Post
    Much better!!!
    I will get better pics sooner or later.

    Quote Originally Posted by whitetiger61 View Post
    Wow Jim..very impressive indeed let that bad boy grow out..

    That is the plan, except a couple of snails and crabs when needed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cg5071 View Post
    2pairs/Jim, Does your wife? go under the same name on M.R.? LOL Just that I was under the impression you were famale for some reason. Sorry if I was waaay off, lol.

    No not female! I signed up on MR in her name to try and get her involved and that was a no go, so I just kept the screen name.

    Nice tank. I am trying to get the neighbor to do a similar tank so there wouldnt be a sump ect. in the living room between their chairs. What about cost to make it? or what would it cost about if you didnt have it all laying around?
    It could be done very low cost if I was to buy everything tank, divider, skimmer parts, heater, pumps, lights. If bought new about $100 or less if used about 1/2 that.

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    Thanks. I really like the idea of making a custom all in one tank.


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    can ya give us a total price you paid for your stock, then do the sponsor math and give is what your dollar count is at? just curious. the frags look good! trying out the sps in the nano i see!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jolson10450 View Post
    can ya give us a total price you paid for your stock, then do the sponsor math and give is what your dollar count is at? just curious. the frags look good! trying out the sps in the nano i see!
    I put in a total, it is after the receipts.

    Yep the idea is to find out if sps will grow under the cheep led's in a small shallow tank.

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