Red Sea Reefer 350

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I have been doing a tone of “make-over” work on my newly bought RSR 350 that I got used and full of fish. Some background information; I have been keeping freshwater for a few years and I finally decided to try out reef keeping. This is my first reef tank and I wanted to thank this community for everything they have done to help me get this started. 2F1BA7E7-75FE-4315-8DA5-37F266B2B06F.jpeg
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Did a lot of work over the past few weeks. I decided I was going to re-vamp the inside of the stand both on the sump side, and electrical side. I re-plumbed all the original plumbing and added a manifold in the return. In edition, I painted the outside of the sump white to make It easier to see detritus. On the electrical side, I built a wooden vase to hold to DJ power strips with switches. Any advice or ideas of things to do to upgrade this area? I‘lol attach updated pics of the underneath area of the stand. 805EF85D-14FB-414F-818D-1603E9A503D1.jpeg 59FE9C12-49AF-40A0-91F9-30829E0CAF05.jpeg
 

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