LF 60 to 90 gallon drilled tank with nice stand, canopy and stand

BiochemRobyn

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Hi! I'm looking for a nice setup to go inside our living room. Preferably the tank would be somewhere in the range of 60 to 90 gallons, drilled, and include a matching stand and canopy (a sump or previous setup would be a major plus!).
Many thanks!
Robyn
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briankmarsh1980

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here are the current pics of the tank.
it needs cleaning as it has just been running on auto pilot for months
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stuck an old power compact on so you can see the rock
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2 evo 1050's and 1 1400
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and a lot of rock
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BiochemRobyn

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Many thanks Kalakuhan. Looks like a beautiful tank, but I may hold out for something drilled with a sump. Also, just curious, did you have good coral growth with the CRE LED lights? :)
 

bugs713

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^^Kalakuhan's tank was absolutely beautiful, one of the most beautiful reefs I have seen! Most people have great results with the Cree's.
 

Kalakuhan

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Many thanks Kalakuhan. Looks like a beautiful tank, but I may hold out for something drilled with a sump. Also, just curious, did you have good coral growth with the CRE LED lights? :)

CREEs ROCK! :celeb1: Everything grew, SPS, LPS, zoas. The only thing i didn't have luck with was mushrooms, go figure. I want to think it was my husbandry but i'll give credit to the lights. I was running 2 x 250w MH before the swap. Corals didn't even notice the swap.
BTW: don't blame you for wanting drilled. I'm lovin my new tank.

^^Kalakuhan's tank was absolutely beautiful, one of the most beautiful reefs I have seen! Most people have great results with the Cree's.

:smokin: you need to stop smokin the mushrooms!
 
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