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    Thanks to all; 56 column now with pic goodness!!!

    Happy Holidays everyone!
    Special thanks to Ottawa Inverts for livestock and hardware. And a nod to Marinescape too!
    Finally some pics of my tank, my new Octopus HOB 800s in action, MH lights... love the fact that the ballasts are seperate from fixture... and happy salty friends.
    Hope you all enjoy the view as much as I do!
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    Looks amazing!
    love that rock work.

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
    planning next tank, possibly 60x30x20 on 2x plasma.
    updated: 2011/05/30

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    Nice rock work!
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    Your off to a great start!!

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    tank looks great :b16:

    let us now how the HOB octo works for you, i don't think i've seen one before.


    keep up the good work and please keep us posted as the tank progresses.
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    Looks great!! Good idea with the korilla flowing behing the rock work. My only suggestion is that where ur rock work touches the glass on the sides it will eventually be impossible to clean. It looks like you can view the tank from the side and eventually coralline will take over. JMO though.

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    Great looking rock!

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