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Neogenesis last won the day on February 15 2015

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  1. Oh...and the chromis are free now
  2. First come first serve.......and while I know Chromis are in the Damsel family.........the 2 damsels I listed are Blue Chromis I believe. Bleevit....you still interested?
  3. Findlay, Ohio
  4. He's yours, let me know when your thinking you may want to pick him up and we'll work it out.
  5. Sorry, forgot to put that in my post....located in Findlay
  6. It was a great sump that served my entire system at one point, 180g and two 30g frag tanks. I'm tearing down the frag system, this is the first thing to get listed. Pickup Only.
  7. They are are healthy and in need of a new home quick. They were living in my frag system, however the pump failed and I'm not rebuilding it again. They are in temporary tank with heat and light and good water flow, but need to find a new home. Entire frag system is being torn down. FoxFace - Full Grown - $30 Flame Tang - 3" to 4" - $20 Blue Damsels - Free
  8. My Bad, asking $450.
  9. Hey everyone, I've got a Reef Octopus Diablo DCS 250 Skimmer for sale. Body is 10" wide, stands 24" tall, it's a beast of a skimmer. Comes with 2nd generation pump, cleaned and ready to go. I no longer need due to downsizing. Any questions, please ask.
  10. Hey all, My current skimmer is to large for my new setup, so I'm parting ways with it. I'm unable to find the actual model, but it's very similar to the Reef Octopus Regal 250 except with the Gen2 DC pump and controller, not the newest one. It's a beast of a skimmer and will handle the largest systems with ease. 10" chamber, 24" tall. Hate to part ways with it, but it won't even fit under the new tank. Was around the $600 range when new, Asking $450
  11. To be honest, it's been a while since I read that, and I don't remember where I saw it. There is also the added bonus that silicone tubing is more flexible and doesn't harden over time. I'll see if I can find it the article....if I do I'll post a link.
  12. Silicon hose is the best, however it is more expensive. With my new build I'm staying away from Flexible from PVC, as I read a article not long ago that stated even flexible PVC breaks down in time.
  13. Morning Everyone, I'm taking on a acrylic tank rehab project, and has some significant scratching that I need to repair. I know I'm going to need to sand, however I have a question about polishing. I've ordered the Novus polishing compound, however I'm unsure what buffing wheels I should use, and what speed? I was looking at some 4" foam wheels to use with a drill, but wanted some input from someone that may have done it before. Foam or Cloth, and what speed? https://www.amazon.com/Yosoo-Polishing-Buffing-Compound-Polisher/dp/B01GRJ9L9I/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1469454304&sr=8-9&keywords=4"+foam+buffing+pads Thanks for the feedback!!!
  14. Very nice.....that appears to be a in sump skimmer right? I'm dealing with an external recirculating.....it it's a bit more tricky. I was playing around today and think I've found a solution. I'll post up pics after some testing. But basically took some 1" pvc, a piece of 1/2" pvc, turned down the outer diameter until it would fit inside the 1". The I used a rasp to give the front edge a bit of an angle to help water flow and acclerate it through that section even more, then just dropped the tubing into that section. Testing in tap water seem to work ok, so I'm going to push forward with all the other work to get this dc pump installed on the skimmer and see what happens. I figure even if it works just ok, it's still better than the Sedra currently is at it's best. This is the picture that helped it all make sense. So that's what I was aiming for with the 1/2" pvc insert I made.
  15. Hey guys, I've been pretty quiet around here lately with the new job, but I've taken on a project, and I'm unfortunately not finding a lot of info, or I'm not searching the right terms. So......on my big recirculating Geo skimmer, the Sedra9000 is getting more than a little worn, so I've decided to upgrade it and put on a DC needle wheel pump. The problem is, there is no plumbing included with it to get air into the pump, like seen below. Without having to tear my Sedra apart to see how it's build, I need to keep it running due to bio pellets, does anyone have experience with building one? I've been able to build the needing plumbing to hook it up, but need to figure out how to get it to suck air in. Has anyone successfully built a venturi?