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  1. Tangina20

    Looking for my friend drippy

    Lol what a coincidence you’re all about that drop, huh? How about we take a trip to Cali and round up some of these sea slugs to put in Lake Erie so we can make it into an ocean.
  2. Tangina20

    Looking for my friend drippy

    Hi drippy what substance are you dripping? Are you talking about that stuff that does down the back of your throat
  3. Tangina20

    Looking for my friend drippy

    Lost my friend drippy he’s a new reefer and I can’t seem to find him.
  4. Tangina20

    New to dosing for calcium and alk

    I have a 40 so it’s on the line!
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    New to dosing for calcium and alk

    What do you mean pre stir the sand??
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    New to dosing for calcium and alk

    I’m using reef crystals which starts with a decent amount of minerals in it already. I haven’t Tested mag but I will Put in an order for a test kit. I like to keep salinity at 1.025. Would you recommend 2 part or kalk?
  7. I’m starting to have a large amount of lps and sps in my reef and just started testing for cal and alk. My alk is at 7 and cal is at 340. I’m looking into dosing kalkwasser or soda lime in my auto top off but I read that it can increase ph too high. Right now my ph is sitting at about 8.2-8.3 how much more will kalk raise my ph??
  8. Has anyone ever plumbed a nano in to a display sump? I don’t have much room for a big frag tank and wanted to get a nano but I know it would be difficult to keep params in check for good coral growth. I found the nuvo 6 gallon frag tank which would fit perfectly next to my display and I thought why not plumb it into my current sump? I wouldn’t need a new heater, skimmer, or return pump for it. I already have an extra return pipe plumbed in (pic below). What kind of overflow would you suggest for such a small tank? Any thoughts on this idea?
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    Mount for AI Hydra on biocube

    That’s awesome! I think it definitely depends on who you talk to i asked 3 different people and only 1 did it for me lol. Post pictures when you’re done!
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    Mount for AI Hydra on biocube

    The workers at HD cut it and bent it for me I used the 3/4 inch it should be big enough to feed the wiring though.
  11. Tangina20

    Hello, Nano-Reef.com!

    I have a 40g with mostly lps and softies which is mostly what I would put in the 13.5!
  12. Tangina20

    Hello, Nano-Reef.com!

    Welcome to nano! Bananas is a style I believe. You have a lot of awesome corals for it only being 4 months old! I would definitely love to see some pictures pictures. Are you seeing sps growth with the stock lights? I really want to get a 13.5 for a frag tank and was skeptical about the lighting.
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    Mount for AI Hydra on biocube

    Thank you! Let me know if you have any questions
  14. Tangina20

    Mount for AI Hydra on biocube

    Thank you, I thought about the fan issue as well so I went with longer bolts to hold on the light to allow around 3/4 inch space to allow airflow between light and mount. If anyone is concerned with this issue Home Depot has 10/32 bolts in a lot of different lengths I would recommend 3” instead of 2 1/2 if you are concerned!
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