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Old 08-28-2005, 06:25 AM   #1
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new to sw need some help if you can.

hi everyone im new to AA and i already have a well established FW tank and i wanna start up a new 29 gal SW tank. first can you all maybe give me advice on what are good filters( are canisters any good? but yea and also i was wonderin if i culd maybe get rocks from the beach(not i nthe ocean) but on the shore that r dried up? and another thing to mention, i live overseas ( okinawa japan) for military reasons and i need to order all my new equpiment from online stores.

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Old 08-28-2005, 10:57 AM   #2
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filters: Get a good skimmer and live rock. Get a HOB or a cannister for occaisional use of carbon, phosphate remover, etc.

Are you going to try a reef tank or just fish?

Don't know about the beach question.

You won't have any problems getting your equipment online.

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