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tank taking off though.
 
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Just got back into the hobby after almost 20 years and starting off with a RSR 350 (91 gallons total). I have the perfect setup in my basement to do an in wall tank though and am planning one similar in size... someday :) Looks awesome and I'll be keeping an eye on yours!
 
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Just got back into the hobby after almost 20 years and starting off with a RSR 350 (91 gallons total). I have the perfect setup in my basement to do an in wall tank though and am planning one similar in size... someday :) Looks awesome and I'll be keeping an eye on yours!
Thank you and good luck!
 
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I’ve had a hard couple of weeks. I lost 3 fish due to high flow and so many power heads I’m pretty sure. I was feed the fish and noticed my fox face get to close to an mp 40 and got stuck to the side. I quickly got him off and seemed ok but ended up dead later that night. Then a week last my gem was stuck to one when I cam home from work. My cbb suffered a similar fate. So I’ve been in a funk for a minute. These fish often swim close to pumps and even eat off them when lower flow times. All were very healthy. Idk thinking about bigger pumps and less of them.
 
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