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Old 11-11-2011, 08:05 PM   #21
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haha dont worry about it! I am not getting the tang carey I was doing research and i am all about fishes happiness! So NO tang for me.

Sorry when I said PH I mean, power head lol what kind of power head would I need in my 29G tank if I wanted to keep:

anemones, clownfish, and live rocks?
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Old 11-11-2011, 08:07 PM   #22
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I had 2 koralia 750's running in my 29g. A bit on the high side but if adjusted properly they can be a good thing. You could get away with two 550's though for sure.
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Old 11-12-2011, 07:36 AM   #23
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hmm... so how could it be a good thing for my tank if I went with the 750's? and how do you position it! could tell me in details so I can set it up like that.. please hahaha
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It could be a good thing because of the water flow. The more the better in my book.


I had mine at opposite walls both pointing upwards but towards the front glass. I found that the force of both hitting each other gives a nice chaotic flow throughout the tank. You don't want any dead spots on the sand or rock for debris to accumulate. You want it all free floating so your filter can pick up the matter.

It will take some positioning but you can get it.
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Old 11-12-2011, 12:30 PM   #25
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Thanks! but what if my sand is like, REALLY, fine sand. Cause my sand is literally like dust and gets EVERYWHERE!
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These are a couple I snapped today with my phone. Sorry about the glare, I almost covered the windows & doors but I didn't want the wife to see me geekin out like that. LoL
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These are a couple I snapped today with my phone. Sorry about the glare, I almost covered the windows & doors but I didn't want the wife to see me geekin out like that. LoL
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I am horrible at aquascaping but wife helped last night rebuilding the scape after I removed 120lbs of rock to catch 2 evil damsels sigh... Never again
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