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Old 03-02-2014, 08:03 AM   #1
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getting started again

well i haven't visited this forum in ages finally remembered my login/pass i haven't had an aquarium in over a year trying to get back into the hobby picked up a 90G reef ready tank with stand, sump , protein skimmer, adequate reef lighting and all plumbing for $200 super deal. it pretty much has everything i need except sand and rocks and salt. but i need suggestions on what type of power heads i should use in my tank
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Old 03-02-2014, 09:41 AM   #2
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Welcome back to the forum . I personally use and am really happy with the jebao wp series powerhead.
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Ah OK I'll do some research on those thanks

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Vortechs if money isn't a concern. Next in line i would say tunzes. A lot of buzz around the jaebos. Then there are the old reliable hydors. Have fun!
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Vortechs if money isn't a concern. Next in line i would say tunzes. A lot of buzz around the jaebos. Then there are the old reliable hydors. Have fun!
i think i will end up getting two jaebos thanks for the advice all
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another question the tank is totally disgusting filled with left over algae and corraline the guy hadnt had it setup in a very long time so its hardened whats the best way to clean it

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Old 03-07-2014, 08:44 PM   #8
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well i got it cleaned out gotta clean the sump all my equipment and dry rock is here ill update when i have everything setup and running hopefully sometime next week still have to get a few pounds of live rock to seed the dry rock


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small update cycle is almost done my nitrites are coming down its been a long 3 weeks but i can finally start adding fish soon i cycled with 28 lbs live rock and 65 lbs dry rock from brs

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Looking good. What fish are you thinking?
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