Show me your tanks!...I need ideas :]

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    SeaStallion

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    Lets see my outstanding tank set ups! I'm looking for new ideas to spice mine up a bit!

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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Here is my 90.

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    I like having all the different levels, it makes it interesting to look at.
     
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    wontonflip I failed Kobayashi Maru

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    He said "OUTSTANDING" not "KICK ASS" tanks :shock: lol

    Awesome pics, you guys!
     
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    Northstar24 The Tang Herder

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    I think he was looking for tanks he could emulate, not ones that are so bad ass you're doomed to failure

    Great looking tanks!
     
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    Dana42078 Dana

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    I Cant mess with the best.... but heres mine.

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    SeaBee Ha Ha Thats Funny!

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    I must say, I'd like to dive right into Biff's and swim around with the fishies!!

    Do you even have any fishies in there Biff??

    All I see are outstanding coral propagationismssssss
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    I have about a dozen fish in there (or so). You can see a few of them in the pictures! Two tangs, a foxface, two cardinals, two clowns, two chromis, a sixline wrasse, a yellow tail damsel, a coral beauty, a mandarin, a pipefish, and probably a couple other random fish I'm forgetting about!
     
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    Jesus! those tanks ARE kick ass!!

    and the "HE" is actually a "SHE" :]
     
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    SeaBee Ha Ha Thats Funny!

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    Biff, do you have any power heads behind the rock????
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    No, I only have the 3 powerheads you can see and the flow from the return (which is pretty strong). I'm sure there is quite a lot of crap that gets settled behind the rocks!
     
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    Man, I wish I could maintain tanks like you guys :( My little 60g just isnt doing so well! and it doesnt help that im getting too busy :( wish some of you guys were here to help
     
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    algae scrubber, seriously, its amazing
     
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    That is actually one thing I thought of making, Im just not the best with DIY stuff, so maybe I should get a mate to come help me
     
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    Sir Alex Dragon the eel (below)

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    A dozen fish in a 90 gallon? :nono:
     
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    Dude, chill out. Biff has been reefing since before you were born. I would never recommend this for a beginner but biff has been doing this for a LONG time and now how to make these things work.
     
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    Sir Alex Dragon the eel (below)

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    Yah, I guess your right. :?
     
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    Bifferwine I am a girl

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    Many of my fish are small! :D
     
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    That is an awesome looking set up. I have a 2ft x 2ft cubed tank, but not rimless. Can you tell me about the weir and where you have placed yours? I'm converting my tank to a SW soon, but just reading up on as much as I can before I jump in. Looking at the weir and sump set up, but I notice alot of tanks dont have the weir??
     
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