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    Hey guys

    So the other day a picked up a stand for a bargain so did [​IMG]some changes here and there and this is my first time setting up a breeding setup mainly guppys for LFS but aiming for something better to breed once everything is up and running let me know what you guys think
     
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    Wow, you are very serious with the DIY CO2... But it does give me some ideas. We have nice 1 gallon jugs here that I could try use. But they have snap-on lids. I wonder if they will pop off if the pressure gets too high?

    Your small stand could be much bigger. I had one metal stand with 4 tiers. The top tier was at eye level. :) Water changes were something of an acrobatic fete.

    Those electric fixtures on the floor freak me out. Try suspend them and droop some plastic over them. In the event of a leak, tank-burst or bucket spill then they should be high and dry.
     
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    Hey ....

    Yeah my idea with the electrical is an small db boks with alot of switched for each and every tank on its own just need to go buy the suplys
     
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    What is that green hemisphere on the right in that bottom tank? Looking forward to seeing this evolve!
     
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    Oh no thats just a bushy fake bubble thing for the guppie and britlenose babys to hide from the parents but pretty soon iys going to be planted all of them are the bottom onea are not going to be visable becuase of cabinet doora thats coming up there they just breeding tanks the top two is the focus point working still to be done on the hanging lights
     

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