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post #16 of 56 (permalink) Old 02-04-2013, 07:38 AM
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Looks good keep it up

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Re: ADA 45-P Shrimp Rack (Startup)

Very nice!!

I like the hidden lights also.
So hopefully you don't need to move them down.


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post #18 of 56 (permalink) Old 02-04-2013, 11:19 AM
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good job man...
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post #19 of 56 (permalink) Old 02-04-2013, 11:22 AM
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looks great. i could really deal with more tanks if they looked like that before i even put water in them.

you should go hard core with the scapes 3 different looks would be crazy awesome
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Very nice set up and job well done. My little concern is moist and mold. Is back shelf enclose?
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Really clean and beautiful. It's going to be amazing when you get it filled with plants and shrimp.
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soil is in. can't believe a 9L bag wasn't enough to fill 2 tanks.... oh well should have calculated.

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Wow, that looks really good! Can't wait to see it up and running.

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Nice start!!!!!!!!!!!! You have to cover them with glass. Otherwise bubbling will spray water over the cabinet and will damage wood.
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Yes indeed very nice, looking forward to seeing it develop. How are you going to scape each?

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Nice start!!!!!!!!!!!! You have to cover them with glass. Otherwise bubbling will spray water over the cabinet and will damage wood.
Yea i thought about that. Im going to get glass cut for the top. I just dont know if i want the whole thing covered or just like 1/3 of it where the bubbles will be coming out.

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Yes indeed very nice, looking forward to seeing it develop. How are you going to scape each?
I have no idea..... Haha. Keep it simplr though. 1-3 plant species per tank, small driftwood, low tech carpets and moss/fissidens

Any plant recomendations? Have very little experiece with any plants. I know ill be using moss/fissi and dwarf sag
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nice rack lol. one of these days i want to do something like that for all my tanks. keep up with pics i want to see how this goes along
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