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Old 01-28-2014, 08:56 PM   #1
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Hello everybody I'm Abraham n I'm just getting back in to the hobby I've gas some experience with sw reef and few n few planted tanks in the past now I'll be moving somewhere between march n April and the owner only allows up to a 35 gallon tank n I've been thinking of setting Either a 30 breeder or a 29 gallon n I'm not complely sure which one I want yet I was leaning more towards the 29 but the other is longer and shorter my question is if I was to go with the 29 what kind of lights will I need to keep corals know I'll need atleast 30 lbs of live sand n 30 live rock but what other equipment should i get
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Old 01-28-2014, 09:30 PM   #2
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Nano cube or Bio cube, they both come decked out and you don't have to worry about buying things separately. Plus they aren't too spendy (the livestock will take care of that!) good luck!
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Nano cube or Bio cube, they both come decked out and you don't have to worry about buying things separately. Plus they aren't too spendy (the livestock will take care of that!) good luck!
I agree, if just getting into salt go with either of these but get the biocube hqi or the jbj led one. These will allow you to grow whatever coral you want. Definitely worth the extra $$$$
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Sorry I forgot to mentioned that idk which tank I wanted because those r the ones I already have empty but that is for your responses
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Anyone else????? Ohhhh yeah I was wondering something else
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Get a lagoon tank!

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It will b nice but I'm on budget
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I am setting up a 20g long. They are a cool size.

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I wanted to set up the 30 breeder I think that's how they call them but I'm not sure need more advice
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I just want to do this right from the beginning last time I had sw reef I lost too much money for not doing things right
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