my DSB from A to Z

Discussion in 'Medium Tanks' started by jean19, 27 Oct 2009.

  1. jean19

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    the stand :
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    the room's not finished yet , but like that the tank will be running , once all it's done
     
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    Is that the stand for your tank or the stand for your DSB?
     
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    for the tank , i'm making a DSB display tank .
     
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    Cool, what sand are you going to use for your DSB?
     
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    mostly play sand in witch i'm going to put some crushed oyster/clams shell (in the bottom of the DSB)
    if it doesn't do any good it do any harm either .
     
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    a little try to the landscape , those are dead stone , i've got 10kg of LV coming .
     
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    Cool, why do you want to make your main tank a dsb to>
     
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    i like watching the little critter that's live in the sand , they're so interesting i can stay hours watching them .
     
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    it's going on , slowly , but going ..
     
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    Are those plastic spikes you used to scape the rock??
     
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    no : carbone .
     

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