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Hello all, I'm new to the forum and would like to document my build. I will be documenting my build in detail so other beginners can learn from my mistakes or success. I believe this is the right section for this but feel free to move if needed. Well, it started as a present for my wife. See she has been asking for a fish tank for many years now and I have always been against the idea. I'm not a huge fan of fresh water tanks, nothing really against them just not my cup of tea. We were just cruising around Austin and she happened to point out a local fish store. I was immediate
This is a post from hardware I am moving to complete system and reducing price. 27 gallon marineland cube with two ecoxotic par-38's one blue and one white/blue. Marineland reef led lighting, and 2 tunze powerheads. 70 gallon aquaclear filter with heater also included. The led lights are fairly new and have not been used that much. All cleaning and testing supplies included. $500 gets you everything.The whole setup is about 4 months old. I will throw in $350 dollars at aquatek for free. This credit can be used for live fish or 1/2 dry goods credit. The tank is empty and clean. Also include
I am selling a complete 27 gallon cube nano reef. Included: 27 gallon cube with stand: $200 (The back is painted black) Marineland reef ready LED: $179 2 Ecoxotic LED PAR 38 Lights 12k and 20,000k: $200 1 aquaclear 70 gallon filter: $70 1 Tunze Nano skimmer: $150 1 Heater: $30 2 Tunze Power heads: $60 Approx 40Ibs of live rock: $280 40ibs of live sand: $80 1 Rose BTA: $75 2 Ocellaris Clown fish hosting BTA: $40 1 Mandarin: $18 1 Dwarf Fuzzy Lion fish: $30 1 Maxima Clam: $60 1 Open Brain Coral: $75 1 Purple Sea Fan: $30 Various Mushroom corals red, green, blue: $75 2 Long Sp
I started this tank a couple of months ago and wanted to make a thread to keep track with its progression. As you can see this is the full view of the tank. The picture does not do it justice though. A little bit better pic as you can see. I am getting rid of that filter that you can see when I finish my sump on Monday night. After that there will basically be no pipes that can be seen in the tank; which will be great! I will update the pics then. This is a picture of my sump it is not full of water because it is not running yet. You can see the small light I bought at Target with a 6