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  1. General classifieds
    LOCATED IN SOUTH FLORIDA PLEASE ASK ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE Since I am new here I cannot add pictures or the video link I have, please message me for more information. This is your opportunity to own this amazing reef set up at an absolute steal of a price. Put it in your office...
  2. Water movement (pumps & wavemakers)
    Hi Guys, Just want to say thanks to everyone for the helpfull information on this website. It has been a great help to myself and for others im sure. As a tropical fish keeper I knew nothing about marine fish & Tank setup etc, after spending a few days reading over different post, the...
  3. General classifieds
    used 46 gallon bow front aquarium. Drilled with overflow. Ideal for reef setups. $450 OBO 46 bow fronts are not made with drilled bottoms. This is a custom tank, with custom stand. Includes: Stand (top and bottom), Tank, existing pumping, sump and lights - basically everything associated...
  4. General Reef Discussion
    Ok so i'm drilling my sump proflex model 3, its acrylic. What I needed to know is this, it is a supreme classic model 9.5 mag drive by danner man. I need to know what size bulkhead will i need and what size hole saw will i need. I'm pretty sure I can figure how I'm going to plumb it after, I...
  5. General Reef Discussion
    Okay, I feel kinda bad wasting a post on this, but I am a little lost and undecided. I have my 40 breeder drilled in the upper right corner with a 1" bulkhead at the bottom inside the box. The box is 3 1/4 wide X 3 deep X 5 high (inches) and I can only fit one bulkhead in it. This is going to be...
  6. General Reef Discussion
    Hey TRT Members, I plan on doing a 40g breeder internal overflow build and don't want to recreate the wheel. Does anyone know of a good build thread I can find or try to mimic. I am curious as to what size pvc, overflow, bulkheads, etc. The pump I have to supply the return line is only capable...
  7. General classifieds
    I am looking to upgrade my 46 bowfront to a 65 gallon or larger reef. The space I have will not accept larger than 36". My current tank does not have built in plumbing and that is what I'm aiming for. Also, although I like the aesthetics of a bowfront, it is awkward viewing. Prefer a...
  8. For Sale /Trade or Buy
    Anyone have a drilled 55 or 60 that they would like to get rid of? Thanks, Stampie
  9. DIY Forum
    well ill start with a fin picture stand build. and move onto the build stand first.
  10. Palmetto Marine Aquarium Club
    I have a drilled 75g with stand for sale. The picture shows it on the stand backwards...I don't have anyone here to help me spin it around...lol It is also drill for a closed loop system. $150 other item to be sold soon: $75 Aqua-c EV120 skimmer $50 Icecap 660 ballast with 4 pair of endcaps...
  11. Eau Claire Reef Club (ECRC)
    hello friends, I have come to the conclusion that I cannot maintain my 150 gal tank anymore, and would like to downgrade to something along the lines of 40-90 gal. Its a 6 ft tank, light wood stand and canopy, canopy has retro 96 watt power compacts. I also have a decent set of lights (same...
  12. Reefing Equipment
    I bought a unused 180 gallon marineland aqaurium on craigslist. corner drains and overflows (4 holes total) measure 1.75" 2 Problems: 1 - take a look at the picture, they holes are drilled 1" apart. The bulkheads at the store cant fit next to eachother as they are more than a half inch...
  13. Palmetto Marine Aquarium Club
    Looking for a drilled aquarium to upgrade. Can't ever catch one on Craigslist and its too far to drive to pick one up from Carolina fish talk. An overflow box would also be acceptable seeing as I already have a 55 not in use. If you have any other equipment. that is taking up space lmno and I...
  14. Northeast Florida Marine Aquarium Society
    We are in the setup phase of our new 120 fowlr tank. Currently it's not drilled (bottom is tempered). Our 54 corner is bottom drilled and love it. So the question is: What is favorable to do, an overflow or drill the side and do an overflow box there? I just worry about losing the suction on...
  15. Palmetto Marine Aquarium Club
    Found this pile of junk on craigslist..Looks good if it all works...Is that an Aqua C? Skimmer in the pic? http://charlotte.craigslist.org/hsh/2561327287.html
  16. Reefing Equipment
    ok i drilled my 80gal tank in the back to i could run 2 pipes to the sump. you always find out the stuff you should have done after the fact, which is where i'm at now... I thought about cutting a couple pieces of plexi and doing a coast 2 coast overflow in the back and doing the bean animal...
  17. General classifieds
    Hello, This is an amazing drilled, reef ready aquarium for sale. I was going to use this but instead decided to do a small 30 gallon and save some money. It comes with a stand, canopy, dual overflow system with all pipes and fittings, dual inergrated fan cooling system, led moonlights, and two...
  18. Water movement (pumps & wavemakers)
    i've been thinking about drilling my tank in the back in 1 or 2 spots and ditching my U-tube style overflow box. (the one if have just wont flow enough and i'd prefer not to slow the water down anymore). i could try to shorten/straighten out my drain lines back to the sump to let it flow better...
  19. General Reef Discussion
    my current 55 has an eshopps siphon overflow on it with a hofer gurgle buster for muffling. It's OK, no problems with it, but I'm moving to drill the tank and go toward a more permanent solution for flooding issues if this tank is to stay running for a long time. I have a spare 55g I'm...
  20. DIY Forum
    Have a friend who was willing to take the risk with his tank. A few forum posts said it wasn't tempered but we couldn't find a definitive answer. He cut out the rear overflow/filter area. I drilled two holes in the back and made a DIY overflow box out of the internal part of an old HOB overflow...
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