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Old 03/28/2018, 07:44 PM   #51
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Yeah the stuff is as much fun to play with as the tank itself.

Update: the Xenia is gone. Not just dead like there is no evidence it ever existed. Sad day especially since I donít know why it deflated then disappeared.

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10G JBJ Cubey nano tank
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Old 05/26/2018, 11:31 AM   #52
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Reef since 95'. 180g, 100g sump, 55 g refuge

Current Tank Info: 180g, 100g sump, 55 g refuge
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Old 06/28/2018, 04:32 PM   #53
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Quick question, I know the footprint of the tank is roughly 12 x 15 but could you tell me whatís the measurement of the front glass? (Is it 12 or 15)

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First they said "practice makes perfect", then they told me "nobody's perfect", so I just stopped practicing.

Current Tank Info: 46g, 22" rimless starphire ReefSavvy cube, Speedwave DC 790 return pump, Custom acrylic sump/fuge, set of Tunze 6055 PH's with multi controller 7095, Cadlights PLS-100 skimmer, Apex controller, Tunze osmolator & Maxspect Razor 120w led light fixture
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Old 08/20/2018, 06:40 PM   #54
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Old 09/03/2018, 06:00 PM   #55
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Tank looks killer. I just filled up my current JBJ 24 and Iím looking for skimmer options. It looks like yours is pulling decent amount. Do you recall the brand you are using?

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