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Old 03-14-2005, 06:55 PM   #11
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so do i need a protien skimmer? or would two 30 gal HOB filters and 45 lbs of live rock be enough?

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Just one thing I will mention. You said you are doing water changes, are you also changing out the floss and other media when you do the changes?

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A protien skimmer is always recommended. With enough LR and a good skimmer, your filtering needs will be met. IMO, a skimmer is an important part of keeping water quality high.

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