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Fishoutofwater

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    : Walbridge, OH
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    A lot of interests that all consume time and money

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  1. I’m spoiled on that part. I have around 1200 sqf of finished basement. I have a theater room, laundry room, bathroom, a bedroom, wife’s craft room, and what was going to be my entertainment/pool table room is becoming my fish room. I still have space to put a pool table/bar if I want to. But not sure if I want pool balls that close to a 180 glass tank. I could actually put the tank in a different spot but I would have more battles with ceiling vents than I have now.
  2. That’s one hell of a Red Sea product wall.
  3. Just type in full overlay cup hinge. Pick which one matches for the price you want
  4. almost completely sealed. One more flip and can get the rest. Then can final coat it.
  5. My half hex acrylic aquarium had relatively narrow opening on the top. I slipped off a stool while cleaning corner bends of the front and cut my arm pretty deep and cut top of my hand on rock. Luckily my mom is a dr and is wasn’t stitch worthy, but she did have to butterfly and super glue it. It burned a lot.
  6. I had an acrylic tank for 3 years and it was lightweight. It was all scratched to hell. I wouldn’t be afraid to get one again, just wouldn’t do one as narrow or not square like I had. It was a 65 half hex and was hard to clean the bends and was only like 18” front to back at the widest part.
  7. Most I have is an atomic clock that has an outside temp meter. I have 2 windmills to tell wind direction. And a plain rain guage. So yep pretty old mannish lol.
  8. Lol mine is the opposite. My wife spent a good chunk of money on some surgeries. So, I’m not questioned on what I buy.
  9. Make sure your rock work is secure. It’s really surprising how big of a rock they can actually move when they wedge in some places. Had one put a huge deep scratch in my old acrylic tank. Deep enough that I think it would have broken a glass tank.
  10. Basically because being on a city system you are paying (per gallon/or set stages )for your water then you are paying for waste to return said water in a formula based ratio. RODI makes a lot of (waste) water that is actually good water. That is wasted clean water. It would be really optimal if you could say save all said bypassed water and use again or for other purposes that would make it (greener) per se. but the logistics of that on a mass scale are beyond doing.
  11. Apologies for any derailment. Good article @Muttley000
  12. My point was actually about the B.S. city people solely blaming farmers for the algae. Farmers don’t spread excess fertilizer to let it get washed away. It’s dumb and really expensive. But I do see lawn businesses spreading fertilizer everyday just before rain and unregulated.
  13. So what your saying is they will have 5. Lol
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