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Current tank is 

6ft x 2.5ft x 2.5ft. With sump

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4 minutes ago, soggycookies said:

Are those snappers? Perhaps you could try keeping a red emperor snapper. your system looks big enough


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Haha spot on. Even has a grouper 

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46 minutes ago, he said:

You can upload your video to YouTube and copy and paste the link here to share the video for easy viewing.

Keep the photos coming..

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Thank sir noted

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Some updates. Changed of scape which looks much prettier then before *I hope. Haha 

Copperband are fighting !!!

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It is hard to maintain for the height?

Need approval from HDB ma?

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5 minutes ago, Indeco said:

It is hard to maintain for the height?

Need approval from HDB ma?

It's not in hdb.

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It's not in hdb.
haha pai sei.

Any bros know whether this big tank need approval?

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haha pai sei.

Any bros know whether this big tank need approval?

Personally I think it’s best to ask. From what I’ve heard/read on some older forums, some got their 6ft rejected by hdb while I’ve seen many folks keeping huge arowana tanks in their hdb units. No harm enquiring.

More importantly imo is to make sure the tank/fittings can fit through the doors of the hdb unit in question. I got my 6x3x2.5ft tank cheap from a tank maker cause their original client realized it couldn’t fit through his door only after they’d made it.

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Personally I think it’s best to ask. From what I’ve heard/read on some older forums, some got their 6ft rejected by hdb while I’ve seen many folks keeping huge arowana tanks in their hdb units. No harm enquiring.

More importantly imo is to make sure the tank/fittings can fit through the doors of the hdb unit in question. I got my 6x3x2.5ft tank cheap from a tank maker cause their original client realized it couldn’t fit through his door only after they’d made it.
thx bro, will take note in the future.

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Update for the circuit breaker... 

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On 3/21/2020 at 11:27 AM, Peanut8787 said:

 

Previously ada competition planted. Trying out marine tank. Guidance needed

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Think I saw ur planted tank from YouTube. Nice tank.

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3 hours ago, Admiraltian said:

Think I saw ur planted tank from YouTube. Nice tank.

Thank bro. Decomm it after ada submission :yahoo:

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4 hours ago, Peanut8787 said:

Thank bro. Decomm it after ada submission :yahoo:

I see, what a pity. Anyway, welcome to Reefing. A lot of reefers here also kept planted tanks before and transition between Reefing to planted and vice versa when the hobby gets a little boring.

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Updating of tank :P

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