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Today my new 105gal tank was delivered along with a new stand to hold it as well as my old 80gal, I spent all day taking out the water, gravel, Ps, etc so that I could move the old one and then the rest of the evening to set it all back up again. I don't have any pics of the new tank running because my camera ran out of battery but I will post some tomorow, I do have some of the process.

The new tank is a little cloudy due to the new sand substrate I used, but I'm sure it will settle in a couple of hours, I did spend a lot of time cleaning the sand so that it wouldn't be an issue and I tell you, it's already paying off, I LOVE the way it looks, so much natural than gravel.

Anyways, here are the pics:

The new setup
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The Caribes in their temporary home, they only stayed there for like 5 hours but I managed to attach an AC500 and an ebo heater so they could've stayed there for a loooong time.
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An overhead shot of the Caribes in their temporary home
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That's it for today, Ill post more pics tomorow of the Caribes in their new home.
 

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nice p's. cant wait to see the setup.
 

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that stacked tanks thing is something i need to get into. it rocks.
 

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those caribes look thick, can't wait to see your finished condo
 

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I don't think so, I have about 20" of clearance.

Thanks for the coments guys, unfortunately I haven't been able to borrow a digital camera to take pics of the new tank all set up but Ill try to get one later this week.
 
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