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Tommy

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  1. Ill take the starburst cap Mike, text you tomorrow for pick up details.  Thanks,  Tommy 

  2. Thanks for the info Dave!
  3. Ohh ok, I always love the look of a saltwater pond. Let me clear up some room in my heated garage to make it happen lol. Can it be in the pond with other fish or it will eat them all up? Thanks Dave.
  4. Thats awesome man! How big of a tank do you need for the blue spotted ray? I've always wanted one.
  5. This thing is great but make sure you get replacement blades for it as it gets rusty quickly from the saltwater.
  6. 13.78K to be exact
  7. Hi! Can I get 4-5 p of your green Grandis palys?  cash or paypal is up to you, Ill be at the meeting from 1:30 to 2:30 if it will work with you.  Thanks, Tommy 

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    2. Tommy

      Tommy

      No problem man,  Not a big deal at all.  

    3. dpassar12

      dpassar12

      Are you going to the meeting? I will bring you a frag of Grandis, free, let me know. Dan 703 244.0849 

    4. Tommy

      Tommy

      Thanks Dan but I am not.  Don't worry about it man, not a big deal at all.  Tommy 

  8. Do you have a link to your palludarium ? I was thinking about getting one too. Thanks
  9. Man... I love that idea, please keep us updated.
  10. It's a very fast grower though.
  11. Ohh ok , sorry I dont really write down names to remember what it is. Thanks
  12. Thanks! I am running 1 AI Prime HD on this tank. I run all AI lights on my 3 tanks.
  13. Tropical Lagoon carries it too for about $15.
  14. Reflux is amazing, I used double dose because I can't stand seeing algae in my tank anymore (Bryospis, GHA) everything was gone within a week. I even took every rock and and dipped in peroxide and scrubbed twice and bryospis came back after. After using Reeflux everything was gone, I wish I've known about Reeflux before going through all that work.
  15. You will love this for your 12g bro.
  16. Yup! Its like using your hand with a razor but much smaller so u dont knock over stuff and get in tight spaces.
  17. Got this in the mail today and its the best thing since sliced bread, the handle is thin enough so you can get in pretty much any small area, very solid made from stainless steel, I don't know if it will rust down the line or not but so far its everything I've been looking for in a scraper. Links below if you guys wanna get one. If this is not allowed please delete mods. Thank you. https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01DSWXDHS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  18. I am transferring all my corals to the new rocks, they are easy to remove as they’re on frag plugs and such. I think I will just let the rock cycle in the tub for a while with some of the old rocks. Thank you so much !
  19. I have more than 8 fish...most are small lol. Yes..I understand it will be a challenge that is why Im asking for advice and to see if the risk involved is worth the reward. I think Eric is asking to see where the tank sits so possibly I can temporary plummed the tub that would hold the new rock to the tank for a few weeks so I wont have a cycle.
  20. Tank been running about 2 years. Perhaps, I could leave a few pieces of the old rocks in there for along with the new rock structure for a few weeks if it would help. Thanks.
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