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  1. La Crosse Area Reef Keepers (LARK)
    I have a used Cordless Dremel Tool Model 7800 with the orignial instructions, two batterries, blade sharpener attachment, Sheetrock cutting attachement and numerous bits, cutting disk, and sanding disks. I used this to cut the hole in a 10g tank two years ago when I added a fuge to my system...
  2. General Reef Discussion
    So the first 5 items I bought for my new tank are different coral colonies on pieces of live rock (Keep in mind that i am a total dummy about coral). 2 days ago I decide I'm going to try and ID all of my corals ... yep you guessed it ... 4 of the 5 rocks has either majano or aiptasia on it (I...
  3. General Reef Discussion
    What type of Dremel tool should I get, I am planning to purchase one but I saw that there were many different models. I plan to cut small chunks of LR and fragging other various corals, like blastos. I was looking at the Multipro.. suggestions.
  4. Palmetto Marine Aquarium Club
    would i just break this off i pieces or is there a better way to frag this
  5. Margaritaville
    Up 'n atem, Atom Ant! And all the same for all you Stooges. Coffee and a huge country breakfast is ever-ready. Off to Civitan. See you all later today. :wavey:
  6. DIY Forum
    Goal: Design, build and document a skimmer that will fit in the stand of a 75/90 gallon tank, and handle a 100 gallon tank using PVC Pipe parts that are readily available at any hardware store/home improvement center. The pump I am using, for now, is the pump that came on a Coralife 220...
  7. Tank Specs
    Hi, first post here! I'm friends with Rhinokio and I see his awesome nano tank everyday at work so I've finally bought a cube of my own. It's a Biocube 29 planned mods: 4x36 ligh upgrade Powerbrite LED, check this video out to see why: t Rock Lifts middle chamber cheeto refugium and any other...
  8. Margaritaville
    After two days of pre-tan the forecast is for mixed rain and snow :( Hope the weekend is better for everyone else :wavey:
  9. General Reef Discussion
    WOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! The time has come to start the offical build. The plan: a 95 Bare Bottom pentagon corner tank with a basment 90 gallon sump connected to a 55 gallon frag tank. Equipment: BM 200 Velocity T1 return pump 90 gallon sump mag 3 return pump- for the...
  10. General Reef Discussion
    ok , I have a 150 gallon tank that has 2" holes ( i know odd size) drilled in the side . I found some bulkheads on a site but don't know what ones to get . They have two types listed , ones " SLIP" and the others "FPT" . I have now idea what that means . :help1: <---he pretty much says it all ...
  11. General Reef Discussion
    This is the last piece of LR that is overrun. Should save the blasto and throw the rock in w/the rest of cooking rock or... try to remove the algaes and save the gsp and zoas(they're kinda taking over the blasto) too?
  12. General Reef Discussion
    Good Morning All, Im off to sleep, coffee is on a timer and will start brewing at about 5:30est. See ya all then. Mike
  13. nano build off 2008
    I finally decided to do it. What the heck? :nuts: The display tank will be a 2 gallon plexiglass ball. I found it at one of the houses I remodeled. It is one of those yard ornaments, you know the shinny round balls that sit on top of ceramic stands? This one is just clear. I'll get a...
  14. nano build off 2008
    I want to play too :cool:. I'm going to make mine a 10 gallon glass tank. I need some help first though LOL...I'm clicking on the "insert image" link and it's just beeping at me...what am I doing wrong?
  15. General Reef Discussion
    I have a glass hole bit and the outer diameter is EXCTLY that of my threaded bulkhead ( counting the threads ) will no doubt be a tight fit but will fit nonetheless. Should I just get a slightly larger bit or will it be fine to use this bulkhead in this tight of a space? I dont know...
  16. General Reef Discussion
    so it's time to get started... <O:p</O:phaven't had a real reef tank ever. i tried once ten years ago, but everything crashed when i went on a three week trip. keeping a reef tank has been one of my greatest joys and also my biggest defeats when my old tank crashed. <O:p <O:p</O:p i have a...
  17. Margaritaville
    I know you all probably don't care but I wasn't too pleased with the pics of my pumpkin. I a setting on my camera that had a slower shutter speed. I am finally happy with it. Hope you enjoy.
  18. General Reef Discussion
    I am getting ready to setup a 120 standard AGA tank. I want to buy it not RR because I hate the look of the overflows. I am wanting to drill it myself and build a custom overflow, but am unsure how to do it. Any pics or advice on how to do this will greatly help. Thanks, Chris
  19. General Reef Discussion
    Found one of these buggers in my sunpolyp colony growing in a dead tube skeleton. Can I just hacksaw the dead coral w/the aiptasia in it? How long is ok to have the coral out of water?
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