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    that is some serious tank.. The system looks clean, nice setup. I gotta tell you, Not only am I jelous of the tank and the super filtration but the driftwood!!!! THE DRIFTWOOD!! looks awesome!
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    Looks great, cant wait to see that thing full of water



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    Absolutely amazing tank! Nice wood. 1000 green neons?!?!?! OMG!

    Cant wait to see it!!
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    Speechless!!!! Is there anything else going in other than the neons on the larger side? Maybe Discus or Angels...LOL
    Links to thread Planted Pico Project : Planted 90 Gal. Project : Planted 120 Gal. Aquarium : Jay's Planted 180 Gal Tank
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    That's going to look amazing



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    I came across those pics while doing a search on manzanita. That is some nice looking wood.



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    OHHHH GODD NEED a towel! (family guy reference....) anyway nice looking tank, and I can't wait to see more progress!!!


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    The Ehiems are used since the client works 6 ft away from the tank(I told him I thought adding this tank in his office was a bad idea.......he's going to reduce production and not work, then will not be able to pay his bills). This is for noise factors, we really cannot remotely filter, so Ehiems are quiet and easy to service in this environment. There are 2 x 40 W UV's, 2 of the ehiems are heater units, and then the other's go to 4 x CO2 reactors.

    I'll detail the lighting out in about 4 weeks once we set it up more.
    Still some work to do.

    I suppose I could sound proot a different filter system, but it would cost more than the filtration system cost to do correctly. I had to do that for a client and learned more about sound proofing than I ever thought or considered possible. That is an "art".

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    What? it's not done yet??

    (kiddin)
    very nice(not kiddin)
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    425 gallons of water = 3600 lbs
    wood/substrate = 200 lbs
    tank= 800 lbs
    stand= 400 lbs
    filters = 150 lbs

    Quick estimate = 5150 lbs

    I hope hes on the bottom floor of his office...

    I wonder if my wife will let me get one of these for our 2nd floor apartment - its wonderful!



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