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  1. Sold, please close. Thanks!
  2. Absolutely, just let me know.
  3. I'm located in Houma. I have some pictures when it was up and running. I can post pictures of it when I get home in its non-used state. IMG_3047 by Tracy, on Flickr IMG_3046 by Tracy, on Flickr
  4. We have a RedSea Max 250 (65 gallons) and stand for sale. One pump has been replaced and the T-5s were in use for about a month before we got the new tank. It has been in the shed for about a year so it needs to be cleaned, but otherwise in great condition. It also has a Marine Stunner strip installed for "shimmer". $500 OBO. Thanks
  5. I think I will actually be able to make this. It will be my first one. Do we need to bring anything to help out? I'm a frag virgin.
  6. Your tank is freaking amazing. If I can can get mine to look a quarter that good I will be doing great!
  7. So many's making me crazy. Capt, when would you be selling your lights?
  8. Thanks Grimm, I believe the dimensions are 48" long, 24" high, and 18" deep.
  9. Hi Guys, It's been a while since I've posted, but I've been lurking. We are getting ready to purchase a 90 gal and I need some help deciding on lighting. We have a RSM 250 now that is using 6 T5s now, but we want to go LED with this one. I don't want to spend a fortune, but I don't want to buy crap either. The tank will be predominately softies and LPS (fish too!)...I may try my hand at SPS, but it won't be the main focus. The ones I think would be adequate are the Radions, Maxspect Razor, and AI Hydras. I do want them to be controllable, but I only have a Mac and no PC at home (although I can borrow one from work to setup). Please help me make the right choice!
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    Hi Alto...interested in your skimmer is you still have it.
  11. Thanks guys...I tested the nitrites yesterday and it was reading 0.25 so I think I definitely need to wait a little longer. I hate this hurry up and wait stuff.
  12. Hi All...It's been a while since I have been on the forum. Life gets in the way too much. Anyway, we have purchased a 65 gallon Red Sea and have been having it setup with just water, dry sand, dry rock, and one small live rock from our Biocube 29 for about three weeks. I would like to start transferring everything over to the new tank but I would like to get you all's opinion on the best route. The biocube is about 9 mos. old with two clowns, 6 line, lawnmower blenny, and a rainfordi gobi. As far as coral, we have ricordia, two small RBTAs, GSP, wellso, xenia, hammer, torch, frogspawn, and a few other softies. Everything in the 65 is stock at the moment. The biocube as a media rack with ChemiPure Elite, purigen, and chaeto. It also has some cyano and flat worms. Should I just take as much water from the 29 and put it in the new tank along with the live rock? Anything else special I should do? This is my first move and I don't want to shock or kill anything. BTW, I haven't tested any of the parameters of the new tank yet, but I will do that tonight. Thanks!