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    zeeGGee

    My 1st Saltwater Tank

    Thread Starter: zeeGGee

    55gal sumpless tank

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    60 lbs rock
    40 lbs sand
    Aquaclear 110 HOB with submersible LED-

    Last Post By: zeeGGee 09-29-2016, 02:18 PM Go to last post
    Therapy1

    How do we get new people in Reef Frontiers?

    Thread Starter: Therapy1

    I have been in this hobby (in and out) for 20 years. I have have loved the interaction of fellow reefers. Both as a place to ask questions and to show

    Last Post By: N1Husker 09-28-2016, 01:12 PM Go to last post
    1guydude

    1guydude 300g

    Thread Starter: 1guydude

    I'm making a new thread.
    I've been juggling two tanks in a dismal dismay.
    Still lots of work to do! Thinking one big tank will be easier than two. We will see.

    Last Post By: 1guydude 09-26-2016, 09:38 PM Go to last post
    NanaReefer

    Nana's 40B

    Thread Starter: NanaReefer

    And so it starts! Put the baffles in tonight Got a little tricky with the last one. But smaller hands prevailed! Used masking tape on one side to hold them in place. Worked better then

    Last Post By: NanaReefer 09-24-2016, 09:04 PM Go to last post
    SantaMonica

    Stock Update from Santa Monica Filtration®

    Thread Starter: SantaMonica

    10 DROP.2
    3 DROP.6
    5 DROP.6x
    3 DROP1.2
    4 DROP1.2x
    3 DROP1.4
    4 DROP1.4x
    19 HOG.5
    9 HOG1

    Last Post By: SantaMonica 09-24-2016, 06:37 PM Go to last post
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    zeeGGee

    My 1st Saltwater Tank

    Thread Starter: zeeGGee

    55gal sumpless tank ******************************** 60 lbs rock 40 lbs sand Aquaclear 110 HOB with submersible LED- as a DIY refugium full of chaeto Hydor Smart level Hydor Slim...

    Last Post By: zeeGGee 09-29-2016, 02:18 PM Go to last post
    Therapy1

    How do we get new people in Reef Frontiers?

    Thread Starter: Therapy1

    I have been in this hobby (in and out) for 20 years. I have have loved the interaction of fellow reefers. Both as a place to ask questions and to show off our reef tanks. How do we get new people...

    Last Post By: N1Husker 09-28-2016, 01:12 PM Go to last post
    1guydude

    1guydude 300g

    Thread Starter: 1guydude

    I'm making a new thread. I've been juggling two tanks in a dismal dismay. Still lots of work to do! Thinking one big tank will be easier than two. We will see. Thx D

    Last Post By: 1guydude 09-26-2016, 09:38 PM Go to last post
    NanaReefer

    Nana's 40B

    Thread Starter: NanaReefer

    And so it starts! Put the baffles in tonight :) Got a little tricky with the last one. But smaller hands prevailed! Used masking tape on one side to hold them in place. Worked better then I thought...

    Last Post By: NanaReefer 09-24-2016, 09:04 PM Go to last post
    SantaMonica

    Stock Update from Santa Monica Filtration®

    Thread Starter: SantaMonica

    10 DROP.2 3 DROP.6 5 DROP.6x 3 DROP1.2 4 DROP1.2x 3 DROP1.4 4 DROP1.4x 19 HOG.5 9 HOG1 8 HOG1x

    Last Post By: SantaMonica 09-24-2016, 06:37 PM Go to last post
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