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Old 02-10-2017, 4:27 PM   #1
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Matt's 120 reef

Well finally starting to add stuff so I figured I would start a thread. I'm "upgrading" my current 120 to a new 120 acrylic lol. Completely different setup however, and an 80 gallon frag tank hooked into the system.

first off, here's the current 120- kind of a mess, and got sick of the rock work and the frag rack in the tank. Also wanted to change some of the livestock.


now for the new tank:


all that's in this setup currently is a pair of fire fish and 5 small frags from my 120.

next for the back room since the tank is plumbed through the wall:




and then that 80 gallon frag tank and sump how they are now:



enjoy! I'll be posting updates here and such. Next up is the CUC and transferring a few more fish from my current 120.
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Old 02-10-2017, 5:24 PM   #2
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Looking really good Matt! Great job on the rock work!

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Hi Matt, it's Jose, I got the trigger systems skimmer from you. Your new tank setup and frag room are looking great . I will be following along. I will be posting my new 180 build soon...


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Just got this little guy moved over from my current 120



deciding what to move next, my lamarcks and yellow tang both seem to be the only fish that want to go into the trap but i want to move either the marine betta (will be in the frag tank) or the PJ cardinals...

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dottyback move didn't go as planned... killed one of the fire fish and forced the other into the overflow and found it in the sump (alive)... next he started eating my snails so needless to say I trapped him and moved him into iso in the frag tank for now... didn't know how aggressive he was, he was always fine in the reef but i guess there was plenty of bigger fish to keep him in check. Moved my yellow tang over to the new tank and added the CUC today.

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Old 04-21-2017, 5:17 PM   #6
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Figured it's time for an update, not the best pics but it'll have to do. Almost everything is moved over from my old 120 at this point.










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