|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-07-2010 09:45 PM|
|BeauCajun||Look's good Adam, heck look's like you already have it half stocked, LOL. Keep us updated with pics!|
|03-03-2010 01:11 PM|
Originally Posted by Adam_T View Post
|03-03-2010 12:55 AM|
|Adam_T||Yeah I will be, just don't have the paint right now. It's easy to move this tank around...doesn't weigh much.|
|03-02-2010 12:47 AM|
|Crackerballer||I would have painted the back, black or at least blue. That would keep you from seeing all the equipment/cords.|
|03-01-2010 08:54 PM|
5. More pics!
That's it for now! I will post more and better pics once the water finally clears up and everything settles in.
|03-01-2010 08:53 PM|
4. Turning on the lights!
more pics in next post...
|03-01-2010 08:51 PM|
Adam_T's 10 Gallon Aquarium Contest Entry
March 1st is finally here! I actually took off work today to do a dozen+ errands and this was one of them. After a few debates with myself on which type of equipment and which type of powerhead to use...I think I figured it out.
Lets start off with a bit of information regarding my setup:
-1 Current-USA 18'' Nova Extreme T5HO Fixture (used-reef2reef.com $30)
-1 Koralia Nano (used-reef2reef.com $15)
-1 Aqueon 10 Power Filter (new-Fosterandsmith.com $15)
-1 Jager 50 watt heater (new-Fosterandsmith.com $15)
**$75.00 in equipment**
-20lbs of Live-Sand
-Estimated 5lbs of Live-Rock (so far)
For now, I have placed a few frags of Ricordias, Zoas, Pink Star Polyp and Frogspawn, but I believe all of this is going into my main tank, so this is all just in the tank temporarily.
Anyway...ON WITH THE PICS!
1. Equipment: Since the 18'' Nova Extreme obviously doesn't fit on a 20'' tank, I cut a piece of glass to cover 3/4 of the tank, and set the lighting fixture on little rubber stands in place of the legs it came with.
2. Adding water & sand:
3. Adding rock & equipment:
more pics in future posts...