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Old 08-10-2011, 11:43 PM   #71
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Ok thanks. simple corals is all i'm really interested in. Not looking into getting anything too complex lol
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Ok thanks. simple corals is all i'm really interested in. Not looking into getting anything too complex lol
No problem and ya me neither
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Old 08-10-2011, 11:46 PM   #73
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Oh do you have the HQI BioCube? It seems like the only one that has a built in protein skimmer.
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Oh do you have the HQI BioCube? It seems like the only one that has a built in protein skimmer.
Uhhhhh I'm not sure I know it's an oceanic biocube but idk
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Old 08-10-2011, 11:52 PM   #75
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does it look like this? Oceanic Systems Ľ BioCube HQI | Products
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No hold on I'll take a pic real quick
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Ohhh kk nevermind i just saw that they sell the skimmer made for the biocube. My bad lol
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Here's what it looks like..
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Ohhh kk nevermind i just saw that they sell the skimmer made for the biocube. My bad lol
Oh haha that's ok
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I've had alot of success with my Biocube reef and am extremely familiar with the system, mods, add ons, ect. If you have any questions along the way feel free to ask, I have some pics of my tank if you wanted to look.

Alot of people get on peoples case about adding fish before cycling, I added fish my 2nd day after filling and they are still alive a year later, Biocubes are great for quickly cycling tanks, try adding cheato and a stocking of activated carbon in the 2nd chamber, this will improve your water quality fast!
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