40B build..

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smileyjoe

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Looks great! You have done some very skilled work with that plumbing. The cabinet looks very clean. That favia you got from me is looking super fat and happy! I am sorry to say I somehow missed viewing this wonderful thread for quite some time. Now I am following along more closely.
Yes the favia is fat and growing like crazy! And appreciate the kind words on the plumbing.
 

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Corals look happy :) Pretty sure I have that Favia on the left, maybe ,, mine is a lot smaller though, maybe the size of a quarter ,, it was cheap, I think I paid $16 for it ,, its one of my favorite pieces in the tank though :) its a silverish grey with bright green polyps ,,
Sound like the same favia to me. I acquired it from Tommy @tchan. It is growing out pretty nicely and fast at that.
 

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Just a few photos from the 40B
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Wow... those coral look healthy. Thought those Palys in the first pic were Duncan’s at first. Got Duncan’s on the brain, want some so bad right now.

Grest pics sir!
 

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Well during T.S. Cristobal. I made myself useful and installed my T5 retro fit kit. They are sitting around 9" off the water. Also added some netting on the back of the hood so no more fish jump out. The wifes favorite fish jumped out for some reason in the middle of the night a few weeks back. Looking fwd to add a few more additions to the tank tom.
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Looking good man !
Now you have to get the rest done up and start making some water, then enjoy having RODI and Salt water anytime you need it without waiting.
 

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Could use a flexible spout funnel or make one out of a large plastic throat funnel and a short piece of clear hose to fill the salt into the barrel for mixing. Seen that a few times on videos of other folks set ups
 
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