John's SPS Shallow 90g Peninsula-Lagoon build

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  1. Zagreus

    Zagreus Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor

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    Great build thank you for sharing.
     
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  2. minus9

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    Dark matter! Time for the weekly cleaning.
     
  3. Greybeard

    Greybeard Well-Known Member R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Build Thread Contributor

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    Love the build. I've always had a thing for wide and shallow. I too went with powder coated steel for the stand on my latest... I'll probably never build another wooden stand again. Too easy, open, and you _know_ it's secure.
     
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  4. minus9

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    Thanks! I'll have to check out your build, looks promising.
    If I had the room, I would've gone 4x4x18, but this will do the trick for a long time. I've always wanted a tank that seemed like low tide in a lagoon, just peering down in shallow water.
     
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    The #1 fish on my list is in QT and looking pretty good.
     
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    It always makes it better, now back to checking out your build thread :)
     
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  7. Flexin

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    Now I finished the thread, very nice build. Love the stand and the thought you put into mounting the lights. No offense to others, but I see these amazing ways we incorporate a tank into our homes and then hang a light from a wire with a bunch of cords all over. Very nice, very clean and the tank looks great. Thank you for sharing.
     
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    duplicate post, sorry.
     
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