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  1. light looks great over your tank and the tank looks great. i have the 24" versions and am very happy with them. Mine are inside a cabinet so you can't see them and the cord issue isn't a concern for me but i understand the complaint.
  2. Seems to me that my heater is on quite a bit especially when it starts cooling down outside. House thermostat is set at 70 from 7 am to 9 pm and 65 at night. I would have it cooler during the day but my inlaws live with us and they are home most of the time so it needs to be warmer...or at least that's what my wife says. I have a 1000 watt heater and it keeps the tanks between 77 and 78.
  3. Pics might not have loaded in the original post. I couldn't see them on my phone. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  4. (2) 2" diameter gate valves (2) 1 1/2" diameter gate valves (2) 1 1/2" diameter ball valves (1) large bulkhead, looks to be a 2" diameter. It would need a 3 1/4" hole in tank and 4 1/4" diameter outside dimension miscellaneous pvc plumbing parts range in size from 1 1/2" diameter to 2" diameter. Large valve in picture is unknown size. if the plumbing part has an 'S' written on it that means it was glued with silicone and will come apart easily. if it has a 'G' than it was glued with PVC cement. asking $100 for everything or willing to trade for corals.
  5. picked up a frag of candy cane and frammer yesterday. great person to talk reef with and he has a beautiful tank.
  6. Took a while to get there but the have been up and running since this spring. With putting all fish through QT and a very busy summer it's taking a while to get fish in them. Here are some pictures of how it turned out. First couple pictures are blue but i recently found a setting on my phone that i could select that reduces the blue a little.
  7. Great looking tank, Potters angels are one of my favorite fish.
  8. The Tunze 6105s I had on the previous 400 gallon tank are too big for the 180 gallon tank I have now. Looking to sell (2) Tunze 6105 and a 7096 controller. All work properly. Each pump comes with a set of fuses shown in the picture. Asking $150 a piece for the pumps and $75 for the controller or $300 for everything. Open to coral trades too.
  9. where do you recommend we park during the farmer's market? I tried to stop by your shop for the first time a couple weeks ago and it must have been a Tuesday cause it was a nightmare to find parking. maybe finding parking shouldn't be that hard but i'm not familiar with Hillsboro and i just gave up and went home. don't worry, i'll try to stop in another time.
  10. sorry for the delayed response but we just got back from Glacier Nat park...i sent Kasasah and Aquanius PMs.
  11. thanks to albertareef i found out i actually have a C3002 not a C1502 reactor. Only difference between the two reactors is height of reactor and how much media it hold.
  12. I was able get rid of those MH reflectors but I have another pair of reflectors with brand new radium bulbs that I was possibly going to use but I doubt I will. Also have Galaxy ballasts. You can check everything out if you are interested in them when you come get the regulator. You can have the regulator for free. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
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