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Discussion in 'Reef Hunters' started by Martinsreef2, 11 Feb 2008.

  1. Martinsreef2

    Martinsreef2

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    See what you all think of this one, apologies if you've seen it...

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    Mike Retired Moderator

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    That is a beautiful tank Martin, this was the guy with the 7ft eunice worm problem wasn't it?
     
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    Steve Weast is a legend.
    Does anyone know what this tank looks like now. I know he lost most of it when his skimmer went ballistic and the RO auto top up went into overdrive. This was about 6 - 7 months ago ?
     
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    Mike Retired Moderator

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    No, that tank could be no more? that would be a tragedy:(
     
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    jacquesb Retired Moderator

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    WOW! That's an awesome looking tank! Beautiful colors! HUGE Tank, though? Brilliant depth (front to back/left to right).
     
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    Nice, Nice, I can only wish
     
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    Alan Admin MASA Contributor

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    Yeah the problem wasn't the ro though, he made up a salt mix and used a dechlorinator with tap water and the dechlorinator was passed use by date/ or faulty and caused absolute havoc in the system.
     
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    Stunning system.hope mines will turn out like that one day lol.
     
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    wow!!! are these SPS systems really this colorful in real life or just in these photo's???
     
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    jacquesb Retired Moderator

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    Hi Punk - where are you? You should perhaps visit one of our fellow reefers who keeps SPS specimens like these.

    Yes - they are these colors! It is really UNBELIEVABLE!
     
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    i'm in jo'burg, is there tanks like these here??
    i always think the people photoshop their tank pics, you mean they actually look like this??? eish, then now i also want to go SPS......
     
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    Dunno about Jo'burg, there aren't that many of these tanks in the world, not in that class, there are a few, but not as many as i would like to see.
     
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    Hi there - There must be one or two at least in the Jo'burg area....
    No - there are not MANY, and definitely not EXACTLY in this class - but there are some around......
     
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