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Old 01-02-2010, 09:09 AM   #61 
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Very nice pk! Like to see pics of the female!
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I'll get pics of her when I'm done quarentining her. She's a solid blue with black lace fins :))) .
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you get all these from the your lfs?
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you get all these from the your lfs?
My male yes but my female came from walmart since they're the only place who sells pk females.
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She sounds pretty!
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She sounds pretty!
She IS.
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Old 01-03-2010, 09:04 AM   #67 
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sorry about no pics being posted yet im kinda in the middle of replacing some shelving units, my plastic ones that could supposedly hold 200lb per shelf are bowing, so i bought some gorilla shelf unit that can hood 700lb per shelf and i am setting that up tonight
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sorry about no pics being posted yet im kinda in the middle of replacing some shelving units, my plastic ones that could supposedly hold 200lb per shelf are bowing, so i bought some gorilla shelf unit that can hood 700lb per shelf and i am setting that up tonight
Oh that's cool. I'm gonna be using those big metal shelving units (some smaller and some bigger).

Ok for anybody who uses plastic tubs Walmart has them for like 5 bucks each and these are the huge ones :))) Gotta love Walmart ;P .
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Oh that's cool. I'm gonna be using those big metal shelving units (some smaller and some bigger).

Ok for anybody who uses plastic tubs Walmart has them for like 5 bucks each and these are the huge ones :))) Gotta love Walmart ;P .
Ya i cant find those metal ones anywhere, so the shelf i am using is metal with a plywood shelf. Okay do you know how many gallons those tubs are? also what kind of plastic and what is like #2,#4,#5, and the brand, because i have really high ph (8.2) and i know that bubble nest stick better with lower ph (6.7)so i am going to use like a 33 gallon tub and lower the ph and add IAL to get the ph lower.
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Ya i cant find those metal ones anywhere, so the shelf i am using is metal with a plywood shelf. Okay do you know how many gallons those tubs are? also what kind of plastic and what is like #2,#4,#5, and the brand, because i have really high ph (8.2) and i know that bubble nest stick better with lower ph (6.7)so i am going to use like a 33 gallon tub and lower the ph and add IAL to get the ph lower.
I think the tubs are #5 but check to make sure. The tubs are from like 58 quarts to 66 quarts so 14.5 to 16.5 gallons but they have bigger ones but I didn't check how many quarts they were. I'm not sure the brand of these ones but the ones I've used are the Sterilite for my big tubs and Rubbermeaid for my jars and I've never had a problem.
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