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Old 03-22-2016, 11:39 PM   #1
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90 long sump

Just bought a 90 long sump with the dimensions of 72x18x16 I am wondering what size refugium would work best for a 350g display and what thickness glass will be needed for the baffles

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It can be as large as you want, as long as it you can get all your equipment in there.
When it comes to glass thickness, I would get whatever is standard at Lowes or Home Depot that they will cut to size for you.
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