Video of my new 120g Build

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    jordan thats got great potential
     
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    Sakura2282 Reef lover!!!

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    Tank looks great! I agree with Andy this tank has great potential. :thumbsup:
     
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    Thanks to both of you. I am trying to figure out how I want everything laid out underneath. I am not so sure I want to put my Neptune Apex controller and all the modules under there just in case there is a leak. I was thinking of buying or building some sort of cabinet to put next to the tank to house the electronics. I just think it will look a little goofy sitting right next to the tank.
     
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    Sakura2282 Reef lover!!!

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    The Apex controller is a big investment. Better to keep it dry that taking the risk of getting it wet.
     
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    the rocks are nice , but for me i like the rock in centre rather then pushed to the back. great work
     
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