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About mhart032

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    Elite Reefer
  • Birthday 05/28/1976

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    Schertz TX
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    100 Gal
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  1. Jolt has a good sale going on. might hit him up as well.
  2. Wow very nice stuff.
  3. Thanks Rob. Everything is perfect!
  4. Depending on how big you need i have a 20Gal Waterbox AIO tank with a extrusion stand i built for it. i could lone to premium members as well, when its lost its usefulness it can go back to the club as a loner as well if we need it. But Im in san antonio.
  5. My have a rodi hose i connect to my topoff for when i leave the house for any time longer than a week. it has 2 float valves and the line has a neptune solenoid valve that will shut the valve off if the salinity get to low or trips the high level sensor in the sump. i us the tunze ato that will shut off as well with its sensors if it runs to long.
  6. I use the apex, i love the trident and alkatronic. i set up the AFS to feed pellets, the DOS does 10% water changes on sundays and doses the 2 part. The Versa doses the KZ products i use with exception to the refrigerated products. but im working on a solution for that using a 4 can micro fridge.
  7. The Mag 7 is not newer, ive had that pump for hell 10 years, still works like a champ though. The externals are brand new and the Sicces are used, one for a redsea reefer 450 i got when i bought the setup, and one for water changes that was on my 40gal build several years ago. all still work perfectly though minus the rubber suction cup feet, these kind of disappear for some reason 🤷‍♂️
  8. I have a few pumps im not using, I have a a couple Sicces 4.0 and 5.0 a Mag 7, Iwalki 70RTL and a reeflo manta ray.
  9. My big tang would eat those little guys, he devoured a court jester goby in 2 secs when i added that little guy to the tank, went after an emerald crab when i dropped him in the tank too. he couldn't eat it though.
  10. Im really fond of the aquascaping, when it grows out its going to be even better.
  11. Just a quick update, had an issue with low po4 and no3 browned out most my sps, but things are recovering and doing well. posting some pics.
  12. Its more dense, dont have to use as much and make a much better seal, not to mention if you mess up or have to unscrew the plumbing it will stay on the pieces and you dont have to reapply. It was recommended to me by the guys at Spears to use with PVC, it has a much better give due to the density and you can really wrench down on it without possibly cracking the fittings. I recommened it to a few guys having issues with bulkheads and standard teflon and worked great for them as well. you can buy it at most plumbing stores, Ferguson's, Morrison's, Moore Plumbing, most commercial plumbing stores
  13. Also worth mentioning, any threaded pluming parts, use blue monster tape vs regular teflon.
  14. It looks really nice, you did a good job, have you given any thought to tying in both pumps to the return section of plumbing? maybe separate the pluming with a gate valve so if you needed to work on or repair or worst case the core goes out all you have to really do is open a gate valve and minimize or turn off the reactors to continue the life support to the tank? Also worth mentioning, I did not find a way to hang the reactors from the manifold hard plumbed that could be easily removed from the manifold. I had my Spears rep at my house trying to figure this out with me and there just isn't
  15. welcome to the club! looking forward to seeing this build.
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