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  1. Sad day, sorry to hear about your loss
  2. Hi All, I am fixing up and old tank that did not have any lids. Where do you get the plastic angles/ strips that go over the side glass and hold the glass tops in place I don't want the little plastic clips you can get on ebay but full length strip I can cut to size Cheers
  3. as i mentioned in the other thread... Hi KL19 I run a Nautilus 2700 on a 4x2x2, no issues , keeps the tank clean and stable, its in my hallway and to be honest i don't hear it at all so quite enough. Easy to prime with the large "push button" on the top of the canister and hose diameter is quite large to allow the flow rate. Only thing is that it is quite a large canister filter and doesn't fit in my cabinet and I have to have it beside the tank not underneath, so maybe check out the measurements If you had the coin to spend I would suggest a Fluval FX5 (or 6) as they are my preferred canister filter, rock solid in my opinion. You might jag a second hand Fuval so maybe consider that also Hope this helps Cheers
  4. Hi KL19 I run a Nautilus 2700 on a 4x2x2, no issues , keeps the tank clean and stable, its in my hallway and to be honest i don't hear it at all so quite enough. Easy to prime with the large "push button" on the top of the canister and hose diameter is quite large to allow the flow rate. Only thing is that it is quite a large canister filter and doesn't fit in my cabinet and I have to have it beside the tank not underneath, so maybe check out the measurements If you had the coin to spend I would suggest a Fluval FX5 (or 6) as they are my preferred canister filter, rock solid in my opinion. You might jag a second hand Fuval so maybe consider that also Hope this helps Cheers
  5. Just crazy I think we all know it but when you see it ... Just Crazy
  6. Super clean water will be the key no matter which way you go
  7. I like the idea for a quick check but I have never used them
  8. @BarrelTankz That is gold, great idea and certainly something different As @QldMick asked, How did you seal the timber ? and curious on what filter set up you are using Love to see some more pics of the whole job from the start if you have any
  9. your tandanis has rounded out well ...lol.. must like his food
  10. Thanks for the info, that's going in my black book of things to remember for future projects
  11. Amazing, i was so interested in the answer too... lol
  12. Yep, its says they are sold or was it you who brought them ?
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