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wow love this tank!
I really want a peninsula BIG tank 300+ gal some day. I keep going back and forth between glass and acrylic.
my I ask why you went acrylic? I know its alot lighter other reasons you went with it?

thanks for the post I now know about Advance Acrylic...keep the updates coming. :)
 
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wow love this tank!
I really want a peninsula BIG tank 300+ gal some day. I keep going back and forth between glass and acrylic.
my I ask why you went acrylic? I know its alot lighter other reasons you went with it?

thanks for the post I now know about Advance Acrylic...keep the updates coming. :)
Well I look at an Acrylic tank at reef Palooza and I was impress with the clarity and the rounded corner. I had a Leemar star fire tank before and it doesn't look as clear as the acrylic tank. Although the draw back is scratch just go slow when u clean the tank. And yes it only take 4 person to move the tank. The steel stand is more heavier :)
 
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man I would love to see one in person. not that i am anywhere close to upgrading. 1st step buy a home haha would not want to move that around. I did that once with a 240...thank god it was acrylic.
how do you like the 36" with? kinda was playing around with going ( when I do it) 96x48x24 or better yet a 10'er :D
do you feel you can reach everywhere in the tank?
 
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36" width is definitely give you more option to aquascape also remember acrylic tank scratch easy so the wider the less chance for u to scrape the tank when moving rock around. If u can go 48" then go for it. On YouTube there is 1 tank 72x48x30 u can watch it n compare
 

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Beautiful equipment, can't wait to see how it fills out. Love the table the frag tank is on - very nice touch.
 
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Beautiful equipment, can't wait to see how it fills out. Love the table the frag tank is on - very nice touch.
Thanks I'm starting to mount frag to the reef now lol the frags look tiny in this tank I guest it will take at least another year to look decent.
 
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Well after talking to some others reefer I decide to swap out my regulator with a custom made from Alan Le. This regulator is rock solid my pH in the reactor is stable for a week already and tank alkalinity is steady love it....

 
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