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Old 02-26-2013, 12:29 PM   #1
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I've got this tank&I've wanted to get into salt water for awhile now..can I use the 2 ac30's I have on it for filtration?also what would be the diff between the bb in freshwater&saltwater... I'm new to this & any help would be great...thx in advance

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The Bb from fresh and salt is 100% different. BB in salt forms on the live rock and sand! Those are your main filters. So put in live rock and live sand and use the raw shrimp method to cycle!
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