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Old 03-26-2011, 06:34 PM   #11
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Yeah the saltwater bug bites hard!

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Old 03-26-2011, 06:41 PM   #12
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I was only looking for a 125g when I found this one. But the price is so good and its local and I can have it like tomorrow. lol I'm way too impulsive
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i would get it too looks like a great deal to me
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Old 03-26-2011, 06:45 PM   #14
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I'm gettting so excited. You guys are great help. I was a little iffy about it, it is a bit of money but I feel alot more confident now.

i wonder if he can deliver it tomorrow night? lol Here I go counting on it to be as good as it looks. CL fooled me twice this week with garbage or disappointment.
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I now have four. 2 tens for qt, 29 reef and 55 cichlid. I just made the necessary room for a 4 foot tank. Just fits LOL

I figure it will take a week or two of running both setups til I'm satisfied with water quality. With the amount of LR there hopefully wouldnt be a cycle.
Do u have all four in same room/ area. Would love too see a pic from a far ;()

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I was soo gonna take pictures. thats too funny. When I was making a four foot spot against the wall i realized how ridiculous this all is. I am severely affected. But I promised i would sell my 29 setup and the 55 when the time comes and we get the 125g.
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Something to think about, you COULD go get this tank. OR you could save that money and put it towards an even better 125 tank or put it towards supplies on your future big tank. Just a thought

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LOL The voice of reason. Yeah I was debating that all day today. The supplies I need for the 125 arent too extensive, the lighting isnt gonna be a big expense. The big cost is the tank/stand.

I'm gonna keep looking for the 125 no worries. I still have money in my budget. hehe...
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Ok talked to the guy again and if i approve of it tomorrow we are gonna do $350 delivered and setup. Earliest he can do it is Tuesday. I still have to break down my 29g and move it out of the way so that time frame works.

Whatcha think? Also, is 4 X 54 watts good enough for corals? I'm ok to buy new bulbs if necessary. Since he didnt know the brand of lighting is there anything I should look out for? I know it has a timer built in usually thats on higher end units I thought.

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