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You have to see the 125 now that we are installing it in our showroom

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jason wirt
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I posted the pictures of the 125 gal stand build now we are finally putting it in our showroom now the remodel is over. This is a must see. If you want to see some pictures check out the link. I would post them here but the 1 mg limit wont work.

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/album.php?aid=2027841&id=1023673228

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Nice setup!!!!!!

Nice setup!!!!!! Smile

*My Tanks
My father and I have a 1,000gal. system, that includes: 375, 175 ,125, 75, 3-33, and 30 gallon aquariums. With a 125 and 55gal. sump, which are two separte tanks that are joined together. We also have a 150gal. tank as its own aquarium.

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thanks

its a work in progress but isnt it always

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finishing touches

Putting granite and glass on the hood today. should be done by tommorow. Will post more pictures when done

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sounds nice cant wait to c

sounds nice cant wait to c it.

*My Tanks
My father and I have a 1,000gal. system, that includes: 375, 175 ,125, 75, 3-33, and 30 gallon aquariums. With a 125 and 55gal. sump, which are two separte tanks that are joined together. We also have a 150gal. tank as its own aquarium.