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Old 03-11-2014, 01:44 AM   #1
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Bigger tank.

I just started out and I already want to go bigger! I'm gonna wait for about 6 months and see how it goes and if my fish r doing well I'm getting a bigger tank. I was looking around 110 to 150 but idk where to buy decent ones. Also I would need advice on sumps and skimmers. This is just a per step so I can start building a stand and everything I need for a budget. Does anyone know where to buy bigger tanks? I live in South Dakota so all we got is perco
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