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Old 09-01-2013, 05:55 PM   #31
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Yea I've only got 3 corals. But in about a month ill have a lot more
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Old 09-01-2013, 08:51 PM   #32
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Yea I've only got 3 corals. But in about a month ill have a lot more
Thats cool. It's always good to take things slow. I've been collecting these since January. Do you have a build thread?
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Not on this one. I will on my next
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Awesome. Let me know. Would love to follow!
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Old 09-01-2013, 10:38 PM   #35
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I will. I'm waiting for the right tank to come my way. It's going to be at least a6ft 120 gallon
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I will. I'm waiting for the right tank to come my way. It's going to be at least a6ft 120 gallon
Cool. I had a 6 ft fowlr setup for a little while. Then I realized how expensive it was. I couldn't afford it. Enjoy it!
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:40 AM   #37
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I think a bigger tank will be cheaper for me in the long run. I'm really wanting a 180-220 gallon. If I get in that range ill be happy with it and won't need to upgrade again
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Old 09-02-2013, 01:00 PM   #38
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Following. Is this a 25tall? I just got a 20g tall that I'm going to start on. Is the hob filtration all that you run? Tank looks nice!
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I think a bigger tank will be cheaper for me in the long run. I'm really wanting a 180-220 gallon. If I get in that range ill be happy with it and won't need to upgrade again
I'm not sure a big enough tank actually exists. Haha. But I see what you're saying. I'm a broke college student. I couldn't even afford the water for mine.

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Following. Is this a 25tall? I just got a 20g tall that I'm going to start on. Is the hob filtration all that you run? Tank looks nice!
Thank you! Yes it is. Plus the chaeto at the top to feed on some nitrates. I've looked into a nano skimmer, but I've heard most of them are relatively low quality and I'm planning on an upgrade sometime in the future. So I'm not going to invest in that. With most smaller tanks HOB filtration is a-okay.
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I'm thinking of buying a eshopps psk75 or looking into the sca come skimmer. I'm going to have a 20g sump underneath.
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