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Neptune Apex, Ecotech Radion RMS, Aquatic Life 6x39W T5 HO, Cree LEDs, Heatsinks +++

Posted 06/24/2015 at 01:58 PM by nebraskareef
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Halichoeres wrasses and sand bed questions

Posted 06/10/2015 at 01:29 PM by bluecoyote79

They won't stir your sand bed. They only go into the sand to hide or sleep. If you want to stir it up, just vacuum it when you do water changes. You'll lose some fine particles of sand but not a bunch. They don't need 4" of sand, an inch or two will suffice. Mine is content with his less than 2 inch sand bed.
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Plumbing 101

Posted 05/23/2015 at 11:38 AM by Sk8r

1. be very clear when talking pipe or hose whether you are talking about inside diameter or outside diameter. They use both measures.
2. don't sweat leaks in any join that's meant to be underwater.
3. use teflon plumbers tape on any screwon joint. Wrap the tape in the same direction as you screw on.
4. pipe connects to pipe with a slip on or a screw on type connector. Slip-ons are NOT fastened if always underwater. This includes your downflow. If slip-ons are used outside of...
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265g build start

Posted 03/12/2015 at 11:28 PM by worm5406 (Worm5406 Tank Build Blog)

For those that are/have followed my 180 thread know that I have added on a bit over the years. Going from a 120, moving to a 180, bringing the 120 back on line pumped in WITH the 180 sump. I decided to make this new thread as the 120+180 will NOT be connected to the new 265. By the end of this there will be 565g of DT and 225g of possible (if full) sump/filtration. I will still keep up the 120/180 thread. See bottom for links to other threads/webcam.

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Seneye retailers wanted for USA

Posted 03/10/2015 at 05:47 PM by AQD_ottawa (Aqua Digital Blog for all things we distribute)


[SIZE="3"][CENTER][B]If your store would like to carry Seneye please email [email][email protected][/email] for details.[/B]

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