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Old 02-10-2013, 03:48 PM   #1
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Upgrading my tank.

Ive been working on getting all the parts together for my new 55 gallon tank w 20 gal sump. I have a few questions. How should I move all the corals livestock? My current 29g has been goin around a year. I have about 40 lbs of live rock in that tank and about 70 more that's cured in a tash can in my garage. I also have a canister that I would keep on the new tank until things are established, I know the best thing to do would be to keep both tanks running for awhile but I really don't have the space to do this. Do you think I will experience a cycle? Im gonna also use new sand. Thanks.
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