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Old 10-09-2012, 06:23 PM   #1
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Hi, I've only worked with the tropical side, mainly SA Cichlids - however a job opportunity has came up working for a special aquarium shop and if i take it they want me to get a small marine set up which they will help pay for, it has to be 32 g or less. This is to help me get a better understanding of marine set ups, so what I looking for is some solid advice on a good 30g set up, including tank/stand/filters heaters etc products to avoid and products recommended. I would prefer an all in one style like the Kent marine nano reef, though totally open to suggestions. Will probably be purchasing system in a few weeks.
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Go with a BC 29 and check out convicts threads. He's got one of the nicest BCs I've seen
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