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Discussion in 'Tank Journals' started by iani, Jan 31, 2010.
Thanks its a Lee Mar tank.
No more pics? I scrolled the last four pages hoping to see more pics. That's a lot of scrolling, Ian. Can you hurry up already? :bigsmile:
damn robert..... im not helping things with this weather i cant spray clear... if he had a canopy he would work faster
Robert, two pages back I posted up a picture and a video of the actuator. haha
No booth? You spraying clear in your garage?
Yup..not fast enough! Would like a use of my the garage back :bigsmile: All of you will have to wait another month before the tank even set up
So says the king pic posting
Who cares about the actuators, Ian. It's more fun to watch paint dries than the actuator working. That's just off the shelf stuff any ballers like you can buy. We want to see how the rock works is coming along man....we want to see you using real elbow and grease... :|
Rock work is on the first page Robert. That's all I got.
Here are some progress pictures of under the house.
Thanks to Art for pointing me to the jacks.
You can see the wire to one of the future circuits that will be placed in the dining room.
100 gallon sump and 150 gallon rubbermaid.
Looking good Ian :-D
Where did you get those red supports?
Looking good so far - those jacks should do the job nicely!
I need to add some support to my floor too. Those jacks looks much shorter than the one you can get at HD.
I got my tall jacks at the local ace hardware store. Ace sells a couple depending on the height needed.
more pictures please
Yeah I have couple that I bought from HD but they are a little tall. These red ones look like a perfect fit.
Those are the ones. Art Guzman showed me where to get them. He used them for his tank as well.
suck it up ian and finish the setup already..... faster faster
Haha, I plumbed the stock tank to the sump today. That is it for now. The floors in the house are being done right now.
Looking good Ian!!!