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El Klown

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  1. So my wife made a major error of judgement and indicated I should fill an alcove in our den with a new reef tank (she didn't like the arcade / tank combo currently in place). I've picked up a 130 gallon Waterbox. With the sump I'm up to 190 gallons in a relatively small room. I'm now realizing that I may be facing a humidity issue once the tank is in. When I lived up north humidity was a big problem in most tanks setups but I've never really had an issue in Florida where I run my AC most of the year however I've never had such a large tank either. I'll probably put covers overs the sump. I don't want to add a small dehumidifier because of the extra heat they put off. I was thinking of adding a exhaust fan over the space before the tank goes in. Am I overthinking this or am I going to be fine with that size tank?
  2. Oh yeah, I was going to ask $200 unless someone was buying it with the tanks and stand then I'd do it all for $650.
  3. I don't have an out of box picture, its literally still in the original packaging. The sump is a RS-75 not the current generation but the last version with dimensions of 18x10x16.
  4. I have a brand new 60 gallon rimless cube from Marineland with stand that I purchased as an upgrade tank but have decided to go another path. My loss your gain! The stand is typical brown grain MDF. The tank is reef ready plumbed. Asking $500 for both tank and stand. I also have Eshopps sump that fits in the stand that is new in box and would be willing to part with as well.
  5. RSVP Longtime listener, first time caller Derek will be attending the tour. The BBQ list looks pretty complete what can I bring?
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