Discussion in 'Member Tanks' started by jsker, Oct 8, 2015.
Nice shots! Looking good
More playing, took the lense off auto focus and the playing around with some of the settings.
Great job, pictures are beautiful and your corals look awesome!
Thank you BFFF
Those are some great looking photos ! !
Nice looking pictures.
Your reef is looking great and sorry for losing track of your build.
How do you like the Gyre upgraded controller?
New Years eve numbers
Alk 7.7 steady but dosing up the 8.5
Phosphates .08 changing GFO
Nitrates 8 and replacing 10% of my life bio fil
Maxima looks like it kicked it, but the rest of the tank look great.
Sorry about your clam
Bummer on the clam...
Tank looks nice! Gave away my Oceanic 155 gallon bowfront today for $500. Will be setting up my reefer 750xxl this week.
Congrats on your new "Reefer"
And... Happy New Year
Happy New Year!!
So sorry to hear about your clam.
Sorry been busy with that thing call work I will give it another try in the future.
I would have driven for that one. How is the new tank going?
Just got the tank setup on the stand yesterday. Took six of us to lift it. That thing is heavy, ha. Will finish setting it up next weekend.
Good afternoon folks
Alk 10.4 Ph climbed up a bit so I am going to let it dissipate over the next couple of weeks
PH 7.77 the warm weather is back and the wind is out of the south east blowing the exhaust from the turnpike back in my direction. Last week when the wind was from the north the PH was up around 8.0+ steady so I definitely know it is the construction with all the trees torn out to replace the trees with a wall. They should have left it alone
P04 .06 time to change the GFO forgot to do that last week
Nitrates 8 ppm and happy.
Wow that is heavy, great looking so far!! Have you started a build thread for it?
Yeah, the tank weighs around 550 pounds. I've been taking lots of pics. Was going to start one as soon as I have a little more setup. Basically just a tank on a stand for now, ha. I'm moving everything over from the 155 gallon bowfront to this one.
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