95 wave tank

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  1. TTTony

    TTTony Member

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    image.jpg So I’m finally upgrading my 26 bowfront after at least seven years. To a 95 gallon wave tank
     
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    sponge Member Hudson Valley Reef Keepers

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    Hurray,I'm glad to see it come alive !

    What's your plan on stocking up ?

    I can imagine how much larger your already large piece you have in the 26 will get in the new tank .
     
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    Nice stack!
     
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    Unfortunately I don’t have that large elegance coral anymore, Just going to go LPS interesting how the wave makes things look much larger
     
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    chefjpaul Valuable Member R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Partner Member 2019 R2R Secret Santa Build Thread Contributor

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    Looks awesome.

    I know a great skimmer for that bad boy!!
     
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    rhdoug Active Member Hudson Valley Reef Keepers

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    Hi Tony, looks great. I have some large green branching hammer frags to get you going if you would like some.
     
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    I would like to finally see your setup ! Thank you !
     
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    sponge Member Hudson Valley Reef Keepers

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    I've seen Randy's tank at a meeting once, very nice !

    That was a nice elegance ,sorry to hear of the loss .
     
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    rhdoug Active Member Hudson Valley Reef Keepers

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    Thanks sponge, nice of you to say!

    Tony I also have a couple of monti caps I need to frag really soon (pretty much my only sps, but do well in my lps/softie setup). I got the orange on from Mark and the red/purpleish one from Absolute Corals.
     
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    Hi, I’m just checking back if you are available to have any frags for sale or trade ? I’ve got some time coming up and my reef is maturing nicely and I’m very excited to start my 92 wave tank
     
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    rhdoug Active Member Hudson Valley Reef Keepers

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    Sure Tony, I got some hammer frags. Let me know when you want you are ready. Call my office when you want to discuss a time to pick up...221-1585.
     
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    Thank you
     
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    872C4864-9E98-4255-879F-DDBDD10B268A.jpeg All set up and ready to go
     
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    reef lover It's a reef thing.... R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Reef Squad Reef Tank 365 Hospitality Award Hudson Valley Reef Keepers Build Thread Contributor

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    Sweet!
     
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    rhdoug Active Member Hudson Valley Reef Keepers

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    Did you use rods, some kind of glue, or just gravity to get your nice arches?
     
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    Hey thanks , just gravity, I was frustrated initially And could not replicate what I had before with the tank was first set up, The tank is very deceiving because it’s 24 inches deep on one side and it’s pretty tall so you lose proportion when trying to Aquascape .
    Thank you very much for the nice coral frag‘s they’re doing fantastic in my other tank
     
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    0C1B1A67-F182-4968-A3EF-C017BB134A64.jpeg 0518227D-95B6-46EB-9222-A4067E74F71D.jpeg
     
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    dutch27 Active Member Hudson Valley Reef Keepers

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    Rocks never got back in the same way, always frustrating.

    How many clowns are in there? Looks like a perc, maroon, and pair of saddles? Think the tank is big enough for multiple pairs? I love how big saddle and maroons can get. My old female saddleback used to pick crabs and snails up off the rock near the area that hosted it and drop them in another part of the tank, lol. Mean SOB.
     
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    looks awesome, coral placement is very nice as well
     
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    Its 95 gallons with lots of hiding areas and overhangs , there’s no signs of aggression, I still have the 3 I got from you, I’m going to add the snowflake and the other misbar smaller male to this tank and leave your other 2 in the sump!
     

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