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Jstan's nano build

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    tcp316 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    May 2010
    Swartz Creek
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    Quote Originally Posted by jstan View Post
    I'm debating if I should cost the inside black as well.

    Any suggestions? I know once the doors are closed you won't see it. But when there open I will, and I'm a stickler for details like that.
    If it were me I would paint the inside not just to match as it would bother me when I opened it but to protect the wood

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    Always learning, loving this hobby.

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    jstan - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Sep 2010
    clawson mi
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    Default Jstan's nano build

    So the project hit a wall. And not much has gotten done. Life kinda jumped up and got in the way. Hope to have more done soon. The stand is finished at least. Just waiting on getting the tank drilled.

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