Who’s still around after all these years?

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  1. Falco

    Falco Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor

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    whats up HVRK, it seems you guys have gotten a new home!

    Not sure how many old school members are still around (I see you Ross) but I was a member over a decade ago before leaving the hobby. Anyway I am working my way back into It and thought I would stop in and say hello!

    Hope everyone has been well over the years and looking forward to hearing about your tanks.

    -Chris
     
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    nine9d Member Hudson Valley Reef Keepers

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    What up Chris, long time bro. Nice to see you around man. Give me a shout sometime.
     
  3. Localreefer

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    I’ve been gone for some years but getting back, used to be hwntunda here but trying to get my old handle back....
     
  4. mets17127

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    I’m not an OG, but I’ve been here a while. Where you at and what are you looking to set up?
     
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    Also, cuz making a new topic with Tapatalk is a pain, here’s my most recent FTS[​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    Falco Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor

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    I am located in Scarsdale and working on new build out for a custom 85g tank with filer room in basement. Check out the link to my build thread in my signature. Its a little slow going at the moment as I am still waiting on the tank to come in and I haven't had as much time to work on the filter room as I would like to but I am hoping to get some time down there this weekend.

    -Chris
     
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    Falco Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor

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    Nice looking tank! What size is It?
     
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    Dude, a filter room would be awesome. That’s my only regret. Now I have to deal with little space under the stand and a wife that is always asking why I have stuff everywhere!
    I’ve got a 125RR. I liked the 6 foot length for swimming room and the lower profile for dunking my arm in but since I lost my PBT, no one paces as much.
     
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    Falco Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor

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    Yeah I am really happy about the filter room but I had DT size constraints which was not my ideal design but I will take what I can get! Wish I had the space for a 6' tank, thats what my old one was and I loved It. My new tank is going to be 32" long x 22" deep by 30" high. I might be banging my head against the wall for going with a 30" tall tank but I had the space to go that high and I will figure a way to make It work. Just going to have to use my wet suit and snorkel on a daily basis.

    Aquascaping is also going to be tough but I am waiting for the tank to come in before I really start formulating a plan.
     
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    Viewing angle will be great. I’ve gotten into trouble having my hands in the tank too much, so maybe with a deep tank it will be set it and forget it.
    My old boss had a tall tank and stacked his rock against the back. It looked great, like a rock back wall, and left some room up front in the sand bed for corals and inverts. Not sure if he was clever enough to leave a space in his stack for water movement behind but it’s doable.
     

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