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Old 12-04-2011, 05:32 PM   #1
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55g build

I have the tank, light made by tek, fluval 405, and since the tank is all tempered glass I built a hang on overflow system made from two freshwater hang on filters gutted out. I Don't have the return pump, but I do have a tank for a sump. I want to know is a protein skimmer required for this tank right away or can I get it running and buy it later?
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