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About mrmaytagg

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  1. Moderators please close Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  2. I've been sitting on this and saying I was going to switch out my skimmer. It's been 6 months and it still hasn't happened. Instead if taking up space, I'll get it gone. Asking 300 located in Lafayette. Travel between Lake Charles and Baton Rouge for work. From PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The Bubble Magus Curve Elite Protein Skimmer is an upgrade from the curve generation one now with Sicce PSK water pumps that allows the generation of more air, more efficiently, giving you a better performing skimmer in a smaller package with a great warranty. These skimmers are designed to be used in sump, have a small footprint, and are made of quality cell cast acrylic. High quality polished cell cast acrylic body Long lasting efficient skimmer pump Needle wheel impeller for optimal micro-bubbles Innovative features Stylish space saving design Efficient venturi High air suction Footprint = 9.3" x 7.9" Height = 21" Rated for aquariums up to 240 gallons Recommended running level = 9.5" - 11" water depth Pump: Sicce PSK-600 Power: 29 watts, 120 V ~ 60 Hz / 0.33 A Pump output = 661 gph Air intake = 520 lph Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  3. If its unclaimed by Tuesday, I'll grab it. I'll be in the area. Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  4. I can explain this.... Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
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  6. mrmaytagg

    LF Skimmer

    Looks like the bubble blaster 3000 pump finally kicked the bucket on my RO Diablo. Anyone have 1 laying around or a skimmer that can take a heavily stocked 180? Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  7. These things are eating up some all and calcium. These are not the micro-frags that's the norm these days. Some of these are almost 6 months old. 1. $20 2. $40 3. $60 4. $20 5. $10 6. $5 7. $30 8. $10 9. $5 10. $5 11. $5 12. $10 Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  8. I've got eagle eyes, hornets, and fruit loops if you find your way near lafayette. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  9. mrmaytagg

    LF Chaeto

    I know I'm a stretch but if you are ever out towards Lafayette I have some. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  10. To the top. Open to trades too Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  11. Over time I've accidentally fragged my miyagi colony. So I'm offering up to get room on my rack. In order of the pictures... 35 50 10 10 35 35 Setosa frags 10 a piece In Lafayette but travel to BR and Lake Chuck often Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  12. Kalkwasser as a paste. Just be careful not to do too much at once because it could elevate your levels. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  13. I gotore than I know. Don't keep up with names. I'll try and get you some pics. You got some good looking stuff in there. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  14. What you looking to trade for? Got any pics? Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  15. Personal not scientific reply: Carbon has done 3 things for me from my observation. Kept the look of the water clearer, controlled contaminates, and also the smell of the tank in check. I run it passively in my mixed reef. It's in a media bag in a high flow area of my sump. I have a reactor but just don't like rractors because if the extra flow needed. There is argument about how long it lasts and how often it should be changed. I change it once a month with a water change. Some say it's only good for a day before it's exhausted while others say it's lasts much longer. I asked mine how long it lasted but it did not answer. It's accepted that carbon removes things we can't see it test for. I do know my tank looks better to me with it. Could be reefers goggles though. You know that phenomenom of "I'm trying product "x" so in my mind I see that it's doing what it's supposed to do." That being said, if I see stuff in my tank looking sub par as a whole, I'll change carbon. I've noticed things getting beack to normal. There is also argument that the kind of carbon make a difference. Ive used a ton of them and can't say that I've seen negatives from any. I've read that some of the cheaper carbons break apart and can be linked back to hlle. I have no personal experience with this. I believe purity with affect the absorbtion capacity. Could be wrong though. I think the type of carbon become personal preference. Extruded and what I call flakes. I'm sure someone knows the real name. It's just the shape of the carbon. I like the extruded pellets because they have less dust. Which means if the hlle things is true, this should be true. I'm currently using rox 0.8 but like I said I've used a lot of different over the last five years. My to requirements are is it extruded and is it as cheap as I kind find at the time I'm buying? You could argue that rox only fits one of those criteria but it was FREE. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk