Very happy with mine. Its heavy. Really heavy and make sure you have enough people to move it. Tank comes packaged on top of the stand for shipping so plan for two lifts.
You very well could. If that is your plan I would be looking at a different tank because it almost defeats the point of purchasing a red sea. But that is just my opinion. It is a gorgeous display.Is it possible to remove the sump from the cabinet and relocate it to a fish room? I would like to do maintenance in the fish room/garage and not in the family room.
Very happy with mine also. Initially planned on redoing plumbing overflow and return , but everything works so well, just changed out one return plumbing to allow for UV.Does anyone own a Red Sea Reefer 3XL 900? What are your thoughts of it? They look really good.
Very happy with mine also. Initially planned on redoing plumbing overflow and return , but everything works so well, just changed out one return plumbing to allow for UV.
I am very interested in the UV install also. Thinking of changing mine. If you have some pics that would be great. ThanksMind telling us how you did this and what all you needed?
Curious how this compares with the new REEFER-S. The specs look really similar. The S isn’t quite as long, but is 180g DT volume compared to the 190g of 3XL
The S has the new aluminum cabinet frame - where the 3XL 900 has the older version plywood cabinet.I'm looking at the Reefer 3xl 900. It is 79" vs 82.7. Other diminsions are the same. The S tanks have a lip around the front and sides like the RS Max 250, the 900 is totally rimless. Sump appears the same. I don't see the sliding panel on the 900 like the S 1000. That is about all I saw different. Price too of course