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  1. #141

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    Cool fish selections, this tank is gonna be neat! As far as the PVC mods go, too technical for me, LOL
    I love it!! The more technical I can get the more I understand what my system is doing.
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    It's neat to improvise too, and make the tank an original that no one else has....it will be fun to be along on this ride!
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  3. #143

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    It's neat to improvise too, and make the tank an original that no one else has....it will be fun to be along on this ride!
    I'm on pins and needles just to start the scape!
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

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  4. #144

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    Nice choice on the fish. Oh boy, I love that first loach. Great journal and very informative thread about the intakes. A lot of info I can use when I set mine up this winter. I also can't wait for your aquascaping. My local stone quarry has river stones called "Kewanee Skippers" - beautiful, smooth stones in many colors and patterns. I got 3 to add to my 75 gal (along with the TN stacker stones for the dual 29s). I was paying $4.99 a stone at Petsmart (bought 5 when I set up the 75 gal) - I got 40 lbs of stones for $8.71 at the quarry.

    These are what the Kewanee Skippers look like - they would look great in your river tank:

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    Yes, those stones would look awesome in any tank. Once submerged and wet, the colors are fabulous, I bet.
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    I'll have to make a new video of my 75 gal. One of the new stones is white with a black pattern - I call it my "zebra stone". Very different. I will also take a photo of the dual 29s with the Tennessee stacker stones.

    For my river tank I am thinking of a 33 or 40 long, with these stones all over the bottom.
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    I'd love to see how those rocks look in your tank. Thanks for that tip on those rocks. We have several stone wholesalers in this area so I should be able to find something. Alternatively I was planning on going to the plethora of creeks we have here in East TN and collecting my own. Mainly to collect pea gravel. I could buy it, but it's always polished and it won't look good. I was hoping to find grey or black river stones but those are almost impossible to find in this area. Everything is brown.
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    I really looking forward to seeing some pics once you are finished setting up this tank
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Compass View Post
    I'd love to see how those rocks look in your tank. Thanks for that tip on those rocks. We have several stone wholesalers in this area so I should be able to find something. Alternatively I was planning on going to the plethora of creeks we have here in East TN and collecting my own. Mainly to collect pea gravel. I could buy it, but it's always polished and it won't look good. I was hoping to find grey or black river stones but those are almost impossible to find in this area. Everything is brown.
    Free rocks are the best rocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff View Post
    I really looking forward to seeing some pics once you are finished setting up this tank
    You and me both! hahaha
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