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  1. 120 Gallon Oceanic reef-ready tank. 3/4" thick glass, no center braces, drilled on bottom, megaflow overflow system. Weighs 300+ lbs dry, so bring several people to help you move it. Located in Lacombe, LA. Price: $150 *TANK ONLY* *NOTHING ELSE IS INCLUDED*
  2. Yes. Send a PM if you would like one.
  3. Prices have to be clearly listed in for sale posts.
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    Prices have to be posted in "for sale" posts.
  5. Sunset montipora frags. 1” x 1” squares, $30. Located in Lacombe. No holds.
  6. Sponge...pineapple as stated before. Good indicator of your tank maturing.
  7. 4 hours of printing, and reorganization of the dry box compartment of my stand has begun...
  8. WOW! Steve, you've got some MAD skills...makes me feel like a total amateur. What are armored seams ( you mentioned this in tank specs)?
  9. I recently purchased a 3D printer (for other purposes), and have now started using it to print much needed parts for the reef keeping hobby. First thing on my list is to print mounting brackets for all those DC power transformers for my various power heads, starting with this one...
  10. Can never have too much of a seal when mixing water and wood
  11. Looks great, Greg. I bought a plumb bob to hang my fixture as well. The tank looks awesome, can't wait to see it in person one day. I have some LED bling inside my stand, too, but, not color changing like that. I have RED inside the dry-box and white inside the rest. Do you plan to leave that wood unpainted/unsealed on the stand's platform onto which the tank sits? If so, I'd advise against it.
  12. Good to know. I'm down for one, since the ones I have from the last time T-shirts were made have all gotten pretty worn out. Thanks for the effort, Aaron and Brandon.
  13. That's pretty crazy... I can't believe no one else has done this before. My kids would have loved to do this with all the dead stuff I accumulated over the last two decades in the hobby!
  14. Wow. This has to be the most unique build I've ever seen around these parts. What's the sump made of?
  15. Tell me about the battery backup you are using. I always worry about damage to my equipment from the transition from electric co. supply to generator power whenever mine goes out.
  16. Damn, that’s a problem I’d love to have! I can’t keep my rocks alive, thanks to the rogue peppermint shrimp in my tank eating them!
  17. Class act there, Will. The only thing I see there that I don’t like is the electronics being inside the stand, over the sump. Otherwise it’s bloody perfect!
  18. Updated photos from today, September 7, 2019. Things are nicely colored and growing slowly.