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Old 02-11-2005, 03:28 PM   #1
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75 Gallon.

I'm thinking of getting a 75 gallon tank.

I've heard a lot of "bigger is better", however, what exactly can i get in a 75? I realize it's a lot bigger than my Nano....but really though, anyone with a 75, what can you put in it?
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You have lots of options. It really depends on what type of tank you want, FO or reef.
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You might want to consider a 90 gal like I did. It is just a little taller. This comes in handy if you go with a DSB and it's really not that much more expensive. Just my 2 cents!

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i just bought a 60 gallon to replace my 40 gallon which i am using for xenia propagation, its pretty nice with built in overflow, and 2 pre drilled returns. I think i paid around 220 for it.

http://www.aquariumadvice.com/download.php?id=11028

Here is a link to a picture of it!

You can put a whole lot of stuff into it, depends on what lighting u use, and you will need rock too, which can be expensive!
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Check my signature for what I have in my 75g.
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