Discussion in 'Show Off Your Fish Tanks!' started by Jason McKenzie, Apr 11, 2004.
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You Rebel! [smiley=jester.gif]
If they get in there ... there's something on those pipes right?
What kind of wrasse? They are famous for overflow surfing.
You could use wedding vail plastic you know.
I'm going to leave it wiiiiddde open, just to drive you all crazy.
because the overflow is on an angle the space from the top of the drain hole to the overflow is about 1/4 inch. Big enough for any fish I'm sure but we will have to wait and see.
Jason That is one nice looking tank [smiley=2thumbsup.gif]
What kind of wrasse? I'm dying to know!
I was thinking Leopard or 6 line, or maybe flasher. But I have my heart set on Leopard
Leopards have a very poor success rate as their dietary requirements are not entirely known. Wrassman lost his and I would really consider this an iffy expert fish. I'd opt for the Six-line.
Well I hate to say it but after three or four really bone head moves I now hate my planed overflow/return system. I should have listened to you all. So I'm going to build a simple return and the side holes are going to be converted into a closed loop. It's going to rain all week end anyway. I wonder if I'll ever get livestock in it
I hate it when I fire, aim, ready! Bummer, but better now than later, eh? What else would you do in the rain J?
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