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kilmca last won the day on February 28 2018

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  1. i copied the pics from my google photos account and pasted them into the thread. it was really convenient and quick but if it's not working for everyone obviously it's not the best way to do it. I guessing most people probably prefer to see pictures in the thread but here is a shared post with a bunch of pics. https://photos.app.goo.gl/y5KN9Kfj1krTmUic9 I'll make sure to put pics in the thread like i did originally so everyone can see them in the future.
  2. Thanks all, i'm really happy with how its turned out. All three tanks connected to one sump does make it easier to maintain and only having to test one system is a plus.
  3. Dusky Wrasse is one of my favorites that I currently have, picture below doesn't do the fish justice but its the best i have.
  4. great looking tank in person and in video!
  5. Used for a month, just not for me. I like to clean the skimmer cup at least once a week. They are selling for $229 on BRS. Looking for $200. Compatible with the following skimmers. ANC 250 207872 SRO5000, Regal 250, NWB250, DNWB250, XS250, EXT250, EXT350, DCS250, DCSR250
  6. my personal experience with using gravity to top of my tank has worked well for the last 15 years. If you can get your RODI reservoir higher than you sump i would recommend that. I have to clean the top of float valve once a month because i run a kalk reactor thru it but before i ran kalk thru it i never cleaned it. I also run a Tunze Osmolator on a QT setup and that has worked well too but i prefer keeping it simple with the reservoir and float valve. IME if the float valve fails it fails closed cause it gets clogged with kalk but again that's my experience.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. Pics might not have loaded in the original post. I couldn't see them on my phone. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
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