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Thread: In-wall tanks, anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?

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    In-wall tanks, anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?

    Do any of you have large (150+) in wall tanks with adjoining fish room? I'm starting to plan for a project in my gameroom. There is a bathroom sharing a wall which I plan to convert to the fishroom. I'm looking for ideas and an ideal setup. Does anyone know of a good build thread they can direct me to? Photos would be nice too.

    Thanks guys

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    Sorry, I just realized this is in the wrong forum. Can one of u mods please move this to Reef Discussion please.

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    Moved to the correct forum

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    I have a 230 galon SPS only in wall tank I posted some photos. If you want you can come and see.
    [EMAIL="gswiech@gmail.com"]gswiech@gmail.com[/EMAIL]

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    I am just in the process building a fishroom with a 75gal refugium and 180 gal in-wall-tank.
    I am more than happy to discuss, maybe at/after the meeting on Saturday.
    Hermann

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    Thanks guys. Hermann, I'm in Harrisburg until Sunday. I will be happy to discuss with you when I get back to town. I have a 180 and probably will stay with that size only upgrade to glass.

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    That's what i did I upgraded my 220 acrylic to 230 gal starfire glass. Total counting the sump and 2 storage tanks 440 gallon. 60" L x 36" W 25" H
    [EMAIL="gswiech@gmail.com"]gswiech@gmail.com[/EMAIL]

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    Are you coming to the meeting? Would love to learn from your experiences
    Estinelli
    No problem. Whenever you are ready. Have fun in Harrisburg

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    yes I'll be there
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    i have an in the wall tank with fish room behind it.The one thing you need to take into consideration is good ventilation cause the lights create heat that will heat your water and when the lights are out at night during winter months it gets cold and heaters work overtime

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