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  1. Hi all, after living in a small home for the past 6 years and having limited space for a larger tank, the wife and I finally moved up into a larger home with plenty of wall space for a larger tank. We plan on living in this home for a while, and this is the closest I'll get to a dream tank for a long time. I decided to order a custom build tank through River City Aquatics that is 7 feet long, 30" wide, and 24" tall. Roughly 260 gallons of water in the display tank. We are also expecting a daughter to arrive in February 2020, so planning the tank to be kid safe was a key consideration. Sin
  2. I'm looking for an acrylic/plexi tank that i want to use as an inline fragtank. Looking to get it made out of acrylic/plexi so i can have a little more piece of mind, the glass 10 gallon tanks are too thin and crack when drilling/tightening. Looking to purchase quickly so let me know if you have one or know of someone who can make them locally. JLO
  3. Frag Tank is reef ready / drilled 36 X 24 X 12 and holds about 40 gallons. The Frag Tank stand is a fine combination of an underlying 2 X 4 frame construction, half inch pine plywood as a top and bottom shelves and way too many screws. All plumbing and pump is included, no leaks and both are currently running in a vinegar wash. Jebao DCT Marine Controllable Water Pump DCT 8000 pump for the frag tank return. There are some shallow scratches but they can't be seen when the surface is wet and clean. $300 firm LED lights not included... Texts only please, 512-619-8864 THANKS for looki
  4. Things have been going really well with my 225 g display tank. Nutrients are stabilizing at near 0 levels and the corals are happy really growing well. You can see it here: http://www.austinreefclub.com/topic/19879-richards-225-g-build/?hl=richard%26%2339%3Bs Time to focus on my next project - a serious frag tank. Something in the neighborhood of 225 gallons (I guess 225 is my magic number) I've always wanted one since I got into this hobby. I enjoy the husbandry aspect of growing corals and sharing them with fellow enthusiast so a frag tank is a logical next step for me. After a lot of
  5. I've got a cool 35 gallon acrylic frag tank (28x24x12) with a beefy (able to support 800lbs!) stand. I also have a 150 MH HQI Coralife clamp on fixture with balast. First $100 gets both!!!! Sorry no holds. Would make a great QT tank. Richard 632-0375
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