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Old 12-21-2013, 08:00 PM   #11
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Got it. So basically tear down my freshwater. Clean everything and replace filter media. Add a powerhead, and im ready to refill with saltwater, live sand, and live rock and begin cycling?
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Yes. For a 40 FOWLR you can probably get away with two 400 gallons per hour powerheads or one 800 gph.
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Yes. For a 40 FOWLR you can probably get away with two 400 gallons per hour powerheads or one 800 gph.
This will just be a 20 long, temporary fowlr until I can get a 40 breeder put together, then the 20 long will become the sump.
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