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Old 01-09-2017, 11:08 AM   #1
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180 cracked, now rebuilt, and finally put fish back in

It's been a long journey, but finally I'm here again. I moved into my own house last year, and was excited to put a 180g and have the plumbing go to the basement. Bought a custom 180 with an external coast to coast like I've always wanted. In a freak accident, the 1/2inch glass cracked and 4 months of work literally fell onto my floor. Had to fire sell all the live stock and corals; I had this amazing rainbow anemone from Ricky that I was feeding.

It was probably the hardest day I had in 2016, which isn't that bad to say; but it was still really hard for me. Thanks to Chris, he came out with a new tempered back with holes drilled; siliconed it all up and then back to cycling.

Now I'm here with my 3 little chromis and they're doing just fine swimming around. Can't thank the community for the love and support enough. Next step is the clean up crew, and then I'm back to getting some nice corals again.

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