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Old 09-16-2012, 08:37 PM   #1
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First Saltwater Tank Project- Biocube 14

So I recently just got a used my saltwater tank and of course I have lots of questions. haha. I got a used biocube 14 for practically nothing from someone and wanted to get it going. I figured I would start slow and do everything the right way. Any advice is more than appreciated.

I just ordered a heater (stealth 50 watt).

1. How can I hook the hose up on my pump to the tank?
2. What do you recommend for filtration?
3. What lighting do you prefer for the biocube 14?

My compartments in the back are all completely empty, so I've got to start fresh. I've attached some photos so you can see where I'm at with this thinh.

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