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PART 1 = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2beOiIgBvUM
PART 2 = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60mDGZRh4NE
PART 3 = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8olS_u-y3o
PART 4 = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLvkYA8AqBY
PART 5 = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FwandSa_Hrg
PART 6 = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHKIWrQVicU
This is my second video of a part series on how to build a large aquarium.
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Watching in 2019 =D look forward to doing this my self once I am able for my koi hybrid.
How far apart have you placed each stack of cinder blocks
Don't use LED lights!!
How much does this weigh? Would my floor be able to support this much weight?
how much to build me one?
Would this be okay for me to build for my Koi?
Can you please tell me which video shows the building of the light you used?
you can use a 3 way switch to change the lights between the timer and a constant power source in case you need the light on during off hours. it's a really nice feature to have so you don't have to mess with the timer
Like your videos ! Can you make a 200 gallon aquarium?😀
how well does a tank like this work as a terrarium/vivarium/paludarium for reptiles/amphibians?
Hey joey does pond armor work if I wanted to do a full plywood tank
the bricks are brilliant my man.
It would be really slick if you could flush mount the lights into the ceiling tile.
You're one of the few people who can post good videos and actually answer questions. I click your adds a lot so you can make money. Just wondering, where did you get the cinder blocks?
3w leds actually run around 2.2w each the only bonus to dimming them is that the higher wattage leds run more efficiently at lower wattages than do leds of the same wattage comparable to what the higher ones are dimmed to.
can you ship that to the Bahamas for me?lol lol
this very good thanks for the info
this is a very good video! keep it up!
you're great man! more videos!
I think it would be cool to make a tank like this out of 2 old 10 gallon tanks.
if not a pig nose try an albino pacu or large knife fish those look very nice in my opinion
yours is helping me figure out how im going to reiforce my shed for what if every thing goes right turn in to a rose anemony cultivation fucility the floor and the cost are the hardest things for me right know
Your doing a great job, it's kind of like waiting for the next Breaking Bad 🙂
Will have to visit the DIY about the LED'S. I hope there easy to make, because they can be a little pricey up front buying them in the store, but they win the long race. Did you use construction adhesive on the blocks ?
Did you just center the lights over the lines on the floor ?
How did you figure how high to hang them ?
Will look for vid #3
Keep them coming.
Hi quick question, Im also doing a cinder block stand my tank is 330 gallon but the footprint is only 5ft x 2.5ft what spacing would you recommend? thanks.ps great videos.
Can't wait to see!
yeah definitely never kept rays, so can't say much. Glad to here that discus will be going in though!
great vid, the lights add up quickly. LED's aren't really that cheap even in DIY. Its the customizing you can do that makes it worth it too me.
excellent vids. .never have problem hearing you.. Virgil/Lake Charles, Louisiana
Looking forward to the next build. Great video
I think what I like best about your videos is that you do the "HowTo" part, but you also take the time to explain the "Why'd he do that" part.
With so many videos, I want to stop "genius creator" in the middle of creating his brand-new what-sit and ask him "why that way, why not this way?" Genius creator, of course, never answers his comments!
You, on the other hand, give very comprehensive [and comprehensible] instructions. And your Canadianisms just make it fun listening to you [yez?]
You said you cemented the blocks together….was that after filming, or? What sort of cement did you use?
Wait, I know! You and your epoxy….
wow truly amazing!
Very nice! cant wait for the videos!!