Fornel Tank

Tanks 80 to 180 gallons

Fornel Tank

Postby pgf » Mon Oct 05, 2020 9:32 am

After sooooo many delays, my tank gets installed this Friday October 9th!!

I’ve been wanting a reef tank over 30 years, actively trying to plan one for 20 years, and had a dry tank in my living room for 8 years. I had visions and dreams of building it myself. One delay after another after another and I finally said “Enough”. I sold my original tank, stand, skimmer (that was all I had so far). I kept my picani reef rock though. And instead purchased a Sea Max S-500. About as close to plug and play as you can get. Fish World is delivering and setting it up Friday Oct. 9th. I’m very excited but also scared if that makes sense. I’ve wanted this so long. I’m trying not to overthink it.
Good news is I have learned patience regarding my tank and educated myself pretty well over past 20 years.

I hope Richmond Reefers starts monthly meets again after the world reopens from Covid.
Was gonna post a few pics but there must be a trick to make it work?
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Re: Fornel Tank

Postby ReefDog » Mon Oct 05, 2020 2:41 pm

Congrats.
Pics are generally done on 3rd party site. I use Flickr and then post the link to share. Some one else may have a way to do it (I think with Tap-a-talk?)

You certainly have patience to spare!

Good luck with the build.
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Re: Fornel Tank

Postby 08can-am » Thu Nov 12, 2020 3:29 pm

Updated pics of the install?

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