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Post by timmy74 on 17/3/2012, 21:38

Anyone give me any tips on planning my new background and also my tank. Ive got a big shipwreck in there atm and a piece of bogwood, a few bits of slate and a plant pot, plus a few plastic plants.

Ive got some slate and real plants to add and dont wanna lose the shipwreck, im also wanting to lose the blue painted background and do something new with it. Thanks

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Post by D13H4RD on 17/3/2012, 21:41

3d background for the win, take a look at the video of mine.
Got it from aquamarine.com.
Expensive but worth it in my opinion Very Happy
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Post by timmy74 on 17/3/2012, 21:46

how do you fit it mate. does it just stick on the rear of the tank like the old backing ones did? ta

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Post by D13H4RD on 17/3/2012, 22:00

No mate, they are quite heavy so no need to stick it down,they have w black mesh on the sides to stop the fish getting behind Sewell Very Happy
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Post by ado_boro on 17/3/2012, 22:52

Agreed, go with 3d if the budget will allow it!
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