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  1. alexandro
    12-26-2012 03:27 PM - permalink
    U seem to be the man on this site. I have some questions about my protein skimmer. I have a 30\16/14 slump box. I have a skimmer that's made by precision marine, looks like the bullet series that they Saling now. I also have the overflow cup that hooks up to it too. My problem is the skimmer is too too big to get in the slump box. Now can I but my pump, witch is a sedra ksp-9000 and drop in the box and plumb in to skimmer that would be out of the slump box on a stand? The reason I ask because I never get the right answer or a good one. But on the L.A. Fish guys, I seen the pump in box and skimmer out side. Please let me no if u can help me. I also have a ocean clear filter but don't no where to hook it up. If u need to, I could send pics to u. I got the tank running, 200 gallon bowe front wit just bait shrimp in it. Been runnin for a month now and ready to put skimmer in. Thanks for any help u can give me!
  2. Arbiter120
    08-07-2012 05:42 PM - permalink
    Very beautiful saltwater tank, love the colorful fish :]
  3. PhilipPhish
    07-01-2012 08:47 AM - permalink
    its ok1 :) Its a very beautiful tang!
  4. Jason4390
    02-23-2012 02:34 AM - permalink
    Beautiful tank, love the different kinds of coral.
  5. George9617
    02-06-2012 06:03 PM - permalink
    What's up, was wondering how u handle copepod/amphepod swarms .I can barely see my fish my water is so cloudy.Im currently trying to filter them out through 4 layers of super micro fibers, but I'm not sure it's even working. U think a water change is the only hope?
  6. jonelletx
    11-19-2011 04:54 PM - permalink
    Hi, I am just getting into saltwater. I am purchasing a tanks from is around 45 gallons and already set up as a reef tank and it has some annomies (sp) and clown rock and live sand. It has been setup for a year, but is too big for where it is. The other tank has live sand and water. It is 100 gallons, also comes with all equipment and lights. When I found out you have a 200 gallon salt water tank, I knew you would know all the answers. What things do I need to avoid? I already have a 125 Discus tank and a 55 African Ciclid tank and doing ok. jonelle
  7. wannalearn
    09-30-2011 10:55 AM - permalink
    hey i really appreciat all the help you have been in the last few days.. i am sure i will have many more questions.. your the bomb

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