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Old 10-05-2011, 09:58 PM   #1
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Question How To Set Up SW Tank

I don't plan on doing this anytime soon, but for the future would someone mine explaining everything to me?
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Hi there and welcome to AA!

The best thing to do would be to determine what type of fish you want to keep. Will you be going reef with inverts and corals? If so, then you need appropriate lighting etc. A great way to start is by reading up on the SW articles that AA has posted here:

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Thats a lot to ask for, explaining "everything" to you. I'd suggest doing some research on your own first, then ask some intelligent questions. Have you looked at the Articles section here? If not, try that first.

I don't believe anyone will explain "everything" to you in this thread.
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Thanks guys! I didn't really expect anyone to, I pretty much just meant the basics.

@AquaRick, I think I will just start out FO.
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The articles section will really help you. Good luck.
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Thanks guys! I didn't really expect anyone to, I pretty much just meant the basics.

@AquaRick, I think I will just start out FO.
Yeah fowlr is a great way to start
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