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Discussion in 'Medium Tanks (31-100gal)' started by Fishpalace, Aug 27, 2015.
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Ahah there you go! Get em dan!
Im in love wiv em
[MENTION=23317]dannydization[/MENTION] charge him well he is loaded lol lovely pair they are for sure
Yep I paid £150 for the pair.
Mine where sold as snowballs not snowflakes ....not sure what the difference is.
One hurts more when thrown at you
ha ha lol Hysterical nicly explained [MENTION=21336]merser[/MENTION]
[MENTION=14861]fish[/MENTION]place i have replied to you but for some reason my phone has decided to erase all my messages on here
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Completed first water change of 50L today, since starting tank just user 2 weeks ago, and was a bit of a pain as too manual and had to empty from display tank as opposed to sump. So popped out to H2O this afternoon and bought a Eheim compact 1000 and 3 meters of tubing so that I can empty from sump and then refill from water container.
Worth a go and if saves time, reduces lifting and keeps the floor dry so game on.
A few shots of tank
Been impressed with the MP40QD's so far, only been on low so far and not fitted to reeflink but gives good flow and are quiet but not silent.
I was a little apprehensive of having 3 types of tang in the tank but so far so good and not seen any aggressive behaviour between the yellow, regal or vampire tang. The vampire is the biggest at about 4 inches long whilst the other 2 are about 3 inches.
My favourite fish at the moment, the chalk goby. A great little character that spends all day filtering the sand. It is not for very every tank as I first put it in a holding tank of 135L and it created a sandstorm but fortunately does not have this effect on the 450 and I hope it continues to keep the sand clean.
In my last tank my pair of fire shrinks were always out and about but now rarely appear as so many places to hide. a cracking shrimp
Already had a green Tracky and new tank also had one but you can't get enough tracys as so colourful and illuminate the tank at night.
Looking good mate you really have a stunning tank!!!! I hate the water changes mate need to sort something out with this might look at an auto water changing unit
Might get to auto water change machine in end but did not want the expense (after buying tank etc in last month) so decided on a cheap pump and go from there.
i like your style mate i mean that will work just as good just a little more maintenance than a AWC
Set up Vortech programme via reeflink this morning and currently running tank as follows -
Will see how it goes but I am thinking about setting up a couple of Jeboa rw4's to run at back of tank, to get some circulation behind the wall of rock to prevent dead spots.
Tried the pump out his afternoon and made a 25L water change and worked well. No lifting or relying on gravity and no mess!!
A poor picture of pump in sump
Clipped pipe to container so that it wouldn't pop out and create a mess
Happy days mate
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