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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonc View Post
    Hey Ben, your pavers aren't level or square. I'd fire that contractor!
    Problem...............I can't!!
    You know somebody with 35+ years in the industry who can do better?

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    So who said doing rock-work is a art!
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    Ben - when will this be ready for the tank?? how long for this to set and harden ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergio nuncio View Post
    Ben - when will this be ready for the tank?? how long for this to set and harden ??
    I'm using EpoPutty.
    This stuff sets in approx 30 min and is cured out of the water in about 2 hrs.
    Under water it cures in 6 to 8 hrs.

    EPO Putty USA

    Did also some of the plumbing today.
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    Ben - do you still need my help to put the tank on the stand??

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    Nah, thanks but will have one of my crews coming over tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel View Post
    Thanks Sergio!
    Just had about an half inch on each side to go through the damn door!
    It looks like your build is coming together nicely Ben. I have a couple of things I would like to point out about your build & thread.
    Is that two tanks side by side in this picture? If so, that is just genius! I love it. If I could decorate my house the way I want I would go for more tanks than City Pets in my house. Too bad my conscious, warden, better half, aka wife won't go for that.
    Whoa 202 is a lotta water. There is a lot of room in that tank. Can't wait to see the goodies packed in.
    You are the rock work master. Your rock work looks amazing. Defying gravity is always awesome. Can't wait to see it in the tank.

    BTW your yard of the month sign ROCKS!

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    Rob, that's the 30 gallon rimless starphire zoa cube tank next to the stand. It will be broken down soon.
    I have through out the whole house freshwater tanks total of 20 include my CRS (Crystal Red Shrimp) farm.
    Two salty ones, a 120 and a 30, all will be taken down and will be in the 202.
    Got rit of 5 tanks so far, will have by the end of this year only my 202 Diesel tank.
    Have a lot of buyers for my breeding shrimp tanks.
    All equipment for my 202 is funded so far by selling CRS shrimps.
    Yes, rock work isn't that hard so long you understand the concept of what your corals will be doing as growth in your tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel View Post
    Rob, that's the 30 gallon rimless starphire zoa cube tank next to the stand. It will be broken down soon.
    I have through out the whole house freshwater tanks total of 20 include my CRS (Crystal Red Shrimp) farm.
    Two salty ones, a 120 and a 30, all will be taken down and will be in the 202.
    Got rit of 5 tanks so far, will have by the end of this year only my 202 Diesel tank.
    Have a lot of buyers for my breeding shrimp tanks.
    All equipment for my 202 is funded so far by selling CRS shrimps.
    Yes, rock work isn't that hard so long you understand the concept of what your corals will be doing as growth in your tank.
    You are REEF MASTER BEN! Very impressive my aqua friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergio nuncio View Post
    Ben - that muscle relaxer worked, the pulled back muscle is all good now !!
    Please share the cure!

    Looking great Ben!, Are you planning to do a similar angled top like your other tank?


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