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04-09-2014 08:25 PM
puopg Awesome Scape man. Nice and clean! What is the overflow you are using there? I like how its colorless.
04-09-2014 07:01 PM
Ach1Ll3sH33L moved a few plants around.
04-02-2014 06:30 PM
dru Thanks for the reply

Wow! I am really excited now, I was bummed thinking I would have to deal with the fixture sitting on the top of the tank. Going to suspend it for sure

Love your tank!
04-02-2014 06:10 PM
Ach1Ll3sH33L
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Very nice! Approx how high is your ZooMed fixture above the substrate? Were you satisfied with the growth?

It is also good to know the Geisemann bulbs fit the fixture. I thought the bulbs might be proprietary.
Its about 6 inches off the tank, when i first started things it was maybe 10 inches off the tank till things settled in, then i increased the lighting a bit.

heres some photos from last week

04-02-2014 02:18 PM
dru Very nice! Approx how high is your ZooMed fixture above the substrate? Were you satisfied with the growth?

It is also good to know the Geisemann bulbs fit the fixture. I thought the bulbs might be proprietary.
03-21-2014 11:23 PM
Ach1Ll3sH33L photo from a couple weeks ago, swapped out the u.g for something else, did a bic hack so ill post some updated photos in a few weeks when it grows back in.
02-05-2014 07:41 AM
FlyingHellFish Ops, haha I don't know how I miss that.
02-05-2014 07:38 AM
Ach1Ll3sH33L
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Originally Posted by FlyingHellFish View Post
How did you glue the fissiden to the wood? This makes me want to try out driftwood again, what the name of the wood?

Are you still using the one Current USA LED+, or did you switch back to T5?
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chopped it up and rubbed it on the wood, dsm for at least 2 weeks. You can always do this with a bucket..put the wood in and saran wrap the top, stick the bucket outside under the sun for a few weeks.
2 t5 ho since september....
02-05-2014 03:57 AM
FlyingHellFish How did you glue the fissiden to the wood? This makes me want to try out driftwood again, what the name of the wood?

Are you still using the one Current USA LED+, or did you switch back to T5?
02-05-2014 02:39 AM
Ach1Ll3sH33L
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Are you going to let the fissidens completely cover the wood pieces?
it will cover whats exposed to the light, the back sides of the wood wont fill in.
02-05-2014 02:09 AM
neilshieh Are you going to let the fissidens completely cover the wood pieces?
02-04-2014 10:01 AM
pinkman really like the tank, and some great tips. i love these 60p tanks, im going to have to
look into investing in one of thee tanks.
02-04-2014 08:45 AM
Ach1Ll3sH33L
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Originally Posted by Brian_Cali77 View Post
Man.. that's a great idea! I'm going to try that! How fine do you chop it up? Not that blender method is it?
i just used a razor blade and chopped it up really well, then used a brush to rub it on.
02-04-2014 07:50 AM
Brian_Cali77
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Originally Posted by Ach1Ll3sH33L View Post
chopped it up and rubbed it on the wood, dsm for at least 2 weeks. You can always do this with a bucket..put the wood in and saran wrap the top, stick the bucket outside under the sun for a few weeks.
Man.. that's a great idea! I'm going to try that! How fine do you chop it up? Not that blender method is it?
02-04-2014 07:44 AM
Ach1Ll3sH33L
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Originally Posted by Brian_Cali77 View Post
Wow...I really like how this came out. That mini fiss filed in nice.. how did you attach it to begin with?
chopped it up and rubbed it on the wood, dsm for at least 2 weeks. You can always do this with a bucket..put the wood in and saran wrap the top, stick the bucket outside under the sun for a few weeks.
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