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  1. #21

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    The easiest way to break rocks , and break them the way you want them is with a mortar set or masonry chisel like these:
    http://hand-tools.hardwarestore.com/...nry-tools.aspx

  2. #22

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    You could use an angle grinder with a diamond blade, too. =]
    Adventures in Aquaria - The KevinVA Story

    When in doubt, ask yourself... W.W.L.S (What would Lee Say)?

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    its ok guys i was just asking that because i had a extra rock that was too large and tried to break it into smaller pieces to add to the tank its not needed anymore so i got rid of it thanks for the suggestions tho.
    110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank

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    Ive been posting basically updates in a thread in the malawi section that im bringing here in case anyone missed them I will post before and after pics of the tank as well as before and after vids of the tank enjoy. From when i started this tank to now here is the current stock list.

    New Stock:
    1 Eureka Red Jake ( The pretty Finned One lol)
    2 Sunshine Male Peacocks
    1 Sexy Ass OB Peacock
    1 German Red Peacock
    1 Deep Water Hap

    Complete Stock:
    2 Red Shoulder
    2 Venustus
    2 Tomato
    2 Sunshine Peacock
    2 Deep Water Haps
    2 German Red
    1 Eureka Red Jake
    1 OB Peacock
    1 RedFin Borelyi
    1 Blue Dolphin
    1 Strawberry Peacock
    1 Electric Blue
    1 Livingstoni
    1 Ethelwynnae

    Well checking i actually dont have before pics but definitaly have before vids so i will just post the vids and a few pics of how the tank look now.





    110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank

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    When the fish where first settled in and my initial stock started to color up more.


    Someone had to do jail time as you can see in this vid and this is the introduction to my DIY spray bar for my Fluval Fx5 that a fellow youtuber helped me with.


    And here is the tank with a new rock scape and my most recent vid shot a few mins ago.
    110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank

  6. #26

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    Fish look good, very colorful tank.
    Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence.
    Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit.
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