Nanos 24 gallon rimless nanocube!!!!

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    NanoReefer

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    hey guys, got a killer deal on a nanocube, 50 bucks... came with the tank with a corner overflow, 10 gallon sump/fuge, eheim adjustable return pump, finnex 100 watt controllable heater. here are some pics. there is a little silicon in the tank i need to scrub off, i used a dremmel tool to remove the silicon residue. hope to get rock within the next week or 2, and i was thinking this light EVO Quad Clip 3W LED Aquarium Light Nano Coral Reef Marine Fowlr 20x 3W 3 Watt | eBay. let me know what you guys think
     
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    here are the pics so you dont have to click the link. looks like a very nice pick up killer deal for sure. what are you making with the tank? i'm not to sure on the lights says for fish only tank. look at maybe a par38 bulb thats dimmable.
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    That is awesome, and such a great deal!!! I need to put baffles in my ten gallon sump. That will be a nice set-up!! You might think about one of the smaller Kessil lights for it.
     
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    Yeah, I thought about a kessil, but they're a bit pricey, thinking of a par 38. But not sure of coverage. Thanks for the pics lilmatty, it wouldn't let me copy the IMG code on photobucket, so I just posted the links
     
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    yea no problem figure i would copy and make it easier. some are 60 degree lens which should give you pretty good coverage.
     
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    Alright, definitely have to take that into consideration. I have 4 ecoxotic stunner strips that I'm selling to pay for lighting. It's going to be a reef tank, current stocking list is 2 clowns a foxface a 6 line wrasse and 2 cleaner shrimp
     
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    I have a LEDTRIC Zooman (full spectrum) PAR38 I might be willing to part with.

    PM me if interested.
     
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    Wow...that was one hell of a deal. Nice pickup.
     
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    Mardi Gras beads and skittles are a must for any tank :)

    Nice tank and killer deal!
     
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    yeah! thanks. its sort of a mess now. im 16, and my Dad is helping me build a stand for the tank, about 26 inches wide and 26 inches deep, the nanocube will sit on top, and the sump will fit easily under the stand!
     
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