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Dr.Fraggenstien

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  1. I'm pretty sure I gave out the following: Mohawks - Muttley, Music, Jeff70 Nirvana - Muttley, ff419 Miyagi Tort - Muttley, Travis
  2. Glad to hear it's still going after yesterday's conversation about resealing tanks. Hopefully you were able to get some cheap replacements?
  3. Yeah - it might not be worth it depending on the tank. I would not likely, reseal a 20g for example, if I can buy a new one for $20 (petco $1/g sale).
  4. That's probably 10 years for a wet tank too. He's talking tanks that have been sitting dry.
  5. I'd be pretty skeptical about them. You can verify that they hold water, but not for how long, and resealing isn't too bad once you figure it out.
  6. Im pretty sure it's a brute anyway. Rubbermaid for sure. I'll verify when I get home today.
  7. Huh, never heard that. Always heard they were what you wanted. Anyway, I've been running the one i have for years, and not to say that I haven't had ups and downs over that time, but I'm still using it, and my tank is currently thriving.
  8. @euphylin me I never really sounded out your screen name till now so just getting it. Clever. It was nice to meet you at the swap.
  9. I also like the notion of mixing up a whole bag at a time so that you know your mix hasn't stratified or whatever. The 4 little bags make this easier, although, I still haven't upgraded to a large enough mixing container to do it. Still working out of a ~30g brute
  10. yeah I like this too, and usually only add a bag or two to my salt bucket at a time, cause like Jesse said, they won't all fit. For the ones that are all in one bag, I have something like this and it works pretty well. Just fold off the cut edge of the bag so it fits nice and neat int the clip and it'll seal it off. https://www.amazon.com/VNDEFUL-Preservation-Sealing-Suitable-Plastic/dp/B07BWFCY51/ref=asc_df_B07BWFCY51/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241994167146&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=13279573135664410022&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9058937&hvtargid=pla-487703806778&psc=1
  11. Dr.Fraggenstien

    TDS Meter?

    Bring your meter and some water when you come up and we can compare readings if you want
  12. Dr.Fraggenstien

    TDS Meter?

    Yeah they're pretty much little probes that push fit into T-fittings.
  13. Dr.Fraggenstien

    TDS Meter?

    I'm using this one. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001EHAZGW?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_pd_title
  14. Thanks for the awesome show and raffle buckeye reef. @crimsonvice @Jesse @joe and all the others that helped put today together, you guys rock!
  15. Looks like a mostly dead galaxea coral
  16. I lost track of a shrimp goby for over 6 months once. Thought for sure it was dead, then one day it appeared again. Apparently it had set up shop in the back somewhere.
  17. I love it. It's like x-mas morning for me when I wake up on swap day!
  18. Boy you're really making a weekend out of it aren't you?
  19. I had 4 SB 16" setting ~10" over my 4' 120g display - set to 100% blue and ~30% white. One fell in the tank and was fried, so now I'm at 3 SB 16". I've turned the whites up a fuzz. These setting seem good. I've got 2 SB 16" setting 14" over my 4' 60g frag tank - set to 60% blue and 10% white. This tank is very shallow. Again corals happy. I would say if your coral are happy, don't mess with them. That's one of the downfalls to LEDs IMO, they're too easy to constantly fiddle with, and coral generally don't appreciate it.
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