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Old 06-01-2011, 02:27 PM   #11
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i really like the cubes but for the 28 gallon its like 300 bucks which is a lot of money cause i want to be able to row just about anything....

so would getting everything separate be better im going to my lfs today and petsmart to just check out prices...
what do you want coral wise? liighs can be expensive im payin 100 fot a 4bx24w thats 24" and it's a decent brand not even a high end one
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i want to be able to grow hi to low corals so money isnt really a problem AT THE MOMENT lol im thinking 12 to 24 g cube or tank im not sure??
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so sps hard corals like birds nest etc? if moneys no option try a 20-30g with MH lights im just not sure how hard it is to change stock lights of a cube
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ya thats what i was thinking or i saw a 26 gallon cube with no hood for 40 bucks and i would add a pedant clamp on but might have to rplace filter so dont know if that would be worth it ???

i saw the 150w halaide from fish needit.com
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im not sure on that cube sounds sketchy
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ya i know .....i saw the picture its just the tank and a power head.. the tank looks like its in good shape so i would need a light and what else??
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heres a pic......40 bucks what do you guys think
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Stand included?

You can get a bare tank online for less than $100 brand new. lemme go find it and i'll post it in a few minutes.
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They are out of the 14g tanks but here is an example of what they have

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