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Frag Tank Pre-Build/Conceptualizing: Lights, Equipment

Discussion in 'Lighting and Equipment' started by Sour137, Oct 1, 2017.

  1. TheRealChrisBrown

    TheRealChrisBrown Barracuda M.A.S.C Club Member

  2. Sour137

    Sour137 Copepod

    Thanks Chris! I'm watching that thread now.
  3. Sour137

    Sour137 Copepod

    Just to update. I have all the larger hardware bits I needed, and now I'm just waiting on some free time from school to build it. I will post a build thread next week(hopefully)!
  4. Sour137

    Sour137 Copepod

    Update: This project has, for now, been shelved as I'm going to be moving to an apartment in Boulder in about 9 months. I have the wood needed for a stand, the hydroponics basin, and the t5 so this project may come back up towards the end of this year after I get familiarized with apartment policy on aquariums. Right now the system is 20 gallons exactly, but that is without a sump, which if I'm going to be in an apartment, will be necessary as I'm almost certain I will not be able to use my current custom sump on my 75, which can be 30 gallons by it'self. So if the policy limits things at 20 gallons, which is what a previous apartment did, then this project will have to wait until at least I finish school in three years. I could do a smaller frag system, but right now my focus is going to be transitioning to a nano at either 20-30 gallons. Thanks if you made it this far.

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