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    Saturday in the morning

    Yesterday my wife and myself started to swap our 150g tanks to our new 220 g and we still on the proccess.

    The corals and fishes are in the temporal tank.

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    They look happy in there temporary home!
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    This is their new home. Still in progress

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    They look happy in there temporary home!
    And Gregg would know. We did the same thing at his place. All you're missing is me sitting around watching everyone else work

    That new tank looks awesome! Dimensions?
    Last edited by Cody; 03-10-2018 at 10:49 AM.

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    It is a lot of work, I had cody, fjw, oceansx and myself and it still took 2 full days. Oh and my mom came to town to watch and ask questions lol
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    Itís going to be a slow Saturday..

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    Quote Originally Posted by eraser2001 View Post
    Yesterday my wife and myself started to swap our 150g tanks to our new 220 g and we still on the proccess.

    The corals and fishes are in the temporal tank.

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    Awesome upgrade!

    I'm glad our wives are so helpful. My wife loves to create the rock structure and she did most of the structures in the current tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by i_am_poor View Post


    It’s going to be a slow Saturday..

    I know you're probably not wanting to drive, but if you need help speeding up water production, I can make about 350 GPD. I don't have my storage vats up yet with premixed saltwater, so I don't have any on hand at the moment, but I can water quickly. If I remember correctly, you're just down the road in spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody View Post
    And Gregg would know. We did the same thing at his place. All you're missing is me sitting around watching everyone else work

    That new tank looks awesome! Dimensions?
    72x30x24

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cody View Post
    I know you're probably not wanting to drive, but if you need help speeding up water production, I can make about 350 GPD. I don't have my storage vats up yet with premixed saltwater, so I don't have any on hand at the moment, but I can water quickly. If I remember correctly, you're just down the road in spring.
    Thanks Cody. Awesome offer but I live way out by 290/hw6 area and stuck with babysitting my boy lol.


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