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Setting up my large aquariums

Setting up my large aquariums



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Part 1 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WwLGQVVnbQ

Part 2 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYmUrguvkrk

Part 3 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyUreRWQmnw

Part 4 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZtJe4tq_SU

Part 5 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XR1LMoVU7CI

Part 6 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4o4QdaCguWQ

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  1. Hi Joey , I love your videos and tips. I just got a 6x2x2 foot tank and wandering what type if stand to do. I am thinking to use aluminium scaffolding pipes as they are light and i have to take up the stairs and the space is limited but the cost is quite high. The wooden stand type from this video will it hold the tank? the full tank is about 650 kg plus sand , rocks etc, will be around 750 kg.

  2. what is the liquid I saw sometime putting in the aquarium as far as I remember it's was maybe blue in colour or something and it had something to do with bacteria maybe not sure. anybody help

  3. Your show has inspired me to build the 6 x 6 tank on my back porch instead of building a pond in the yard. Will share video of finished project upon completion probably this time next year. Keep doing what your doing man. 

  4. i agree when are you going to start with saltwater systems I think you can help a lot of beginners is not the same reading in a forum how to do it but to see it done and your the guy for it think about it hard is going to get the hobby much bigger a lot of people get scared about salt water and don't even try it ,keep up with the videos congrats.

  5. Great Job! I enjoyed this video much more then the others in the series as you didn't seem rushed and it felt more natural. Great job on the build and looking forward to seeing the fish transfer process and breaking down the old tank!

  6. I don't know if the acrylic would respond the same as wood, but you can get a dado set for the table saw, it's a set of blades for a certain width, so you could cut half an inch each time rather than using the single blade to cut each "tooth" in the acrylic. Just a thought, good video Joey!

  7. Nice joey. The acrylic is killing me. Its so expensuve out here there really is no point in trying… but i love the possibilities.

    Very excited to see it complete. Careful moving those rays!

  8. NEVER BUYING ANOTHER FISH TOOL AGAIN

    Ive been buying stuff from fish stores from as long as ive been in this hobby.You make it look easy, fun, cheap and vool so im going ALL DIY BABY thx joey while being 14 years of age

  9. NEVER BUYING ANOTHER FISH TOOL AGAIN

    Ive been buying stuff from fish stores from as long as ive been in this hobby.You make it look easy, fun, cheap and vool so im going ALL DIY BABY thx joey while being 14 years of age

  10. I really enjoy your more "professional" videos using the green screen and a bit more editing but I also miss the old videos of you just standing in front of your project and explaining it like you did here. Keep it up joey 

  11. Hey Joey, u was wondering what tipe of glue or cement u use to cement the pvc together? I never had done that before, so I was wondering because I'm about to cement mines.

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