Originally Posted by jdwhite807
I am wanting to transform my freshwater cichlid tank into a saltwater tank. right now I have a Penguin Bio-Wheel 350, 36" Finnex Fuge Ray, and a 100W heater. My question is how hard of a transformation will I have on my hands and am I facing a expensive transformation. I my light and filter sufficient? do I have to have a sump and a skimmer. Sorry the saltwater world is completely new to me and any help would be appreciated.
You could use the filter but I'd get a skimmer to for a 40, reef octopus and eshopps make good hob
models. The light would be fine for a fowlr
, but isn't going to cut it for corals. You'd also want to ditch the rocks and substrate for sw