my 75gal setup

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    meatwad0601 a.k.a. Don Jeremeat

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    here are a couple quick shots of my tank taken on my phone. i will get some more pics in today after i get the bugs worked out with my camera.
     

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    OhNoNemo i love triggers

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    I like all the rock,Is that all base?If i could make a suggestion though,i would try and stack and manuveur the rock to make 2 big rock caves and maybe leave alittle openness in the middle,thats JMO.Our fish really like caves and such to just get away sometimes...lol...
     
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    Your rockwork looks very nice. Your tank has lot of potential! :)
     
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    meatwad0601 a.k.a. Don Jeremeat

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    its hard to see but there are a lot of caves in there, while i was placing the rock a buddy of mine was on the sofa to get the perspective right as i was doing it. it took a si pack and four hours but im still gonna tweak it a bit. thx for the compliments, i kind of thought i had too much but ill make it work. i still have like six more buckets of rock to pick through. ill get more and better pics of the caves and setup later.
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl Moderator

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    Very nice! You have lots of places to put corals.
     
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    Sweet man! I really like it :)
     
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    meatwad0601 a.k.a. Don Jeremeat

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    thx all i really appreciate all the advice up until now, everyone's been a real help. im sure glad i found this site! i tried my best to set up the rock with caves and places for coral in the future, i guess all those trips to the lfs to study there displays.
     
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    meatwad0601 a.k.a. Don Jeremeat

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    pics of my sump and overflow box. they are still rough ,and i have to tune everything before polishing the edges and cleaning it all up but here it goes overflow side1.jpg

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    Looks good! How much LR is in there?
     
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    meatwad0601 a.k.a. Don Jeremeat

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    dont know the exact weight but its about two five gallon buckets worth
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    Can't wait to see it up and running!! I love diy stuff!
     
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    Looks great Meatwad, nice to finally see pics of the setup!
     
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