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Old 08-05-2009, 04:52 PM   #31
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No big deal.XD, That's how we learn...
Thanks TC, well I hope the rest of what I had written earlier helped some.
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Old 08-05-2009, 04:57 PM   #32
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Yeah, it's all recommedations and not kowning the exact setup that's the only way to explain it. If you want to do the explaining have at it.
How is your tank set up....with or without LR, Or is your tank just Decorations.......XD
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Thanks TC, well I hope the rest of what I had written earlier helped some.
Sharkbait, I am really pleased how fast you and your friends are learning. Keep up the good work and keep on learning.
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Old 08-05-2009, 06:30 PM   #34
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its like going to school! except more fun
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Old 08-05-2009, 07:05 PM   #35
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Sorry, all LR will have Hitchhikers to some extent. For some reason cycling does not kill most hitchhikers and not all are bad. I would say most are Okay for the tank.
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Old 08-05-2009, 07:07 PM   #36
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haha i can do it better than you lolz. but lets not highjack this guys thread, lets save it for yours.
Umm....with my name, do you think I am a guy?!
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I am curious as to the pros and cons of cured vs. uncured. Off to find some answers. Thanks so much for all your input, it is helping me to understand little by little.
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Umm....with my name, do you think I am a guy?!
He's not very smart lol........JK.

As for cured vs. uncured, it doesn't really matter since you are going to cycle (I hope), the uncured will cure in your tank during the cycle. Cured is also cheaper and the better choice if you are going to cycle IMO. Hope this helps.
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oh im sorry! i just say guy usssually no matter who it is! didnt mean to offend you!

and i am very smart! just...not....a lot of the time...
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He's not very smart lol........JK.

As for cured vs. uncured, it doesn't really matter since you are going to cycle (I hope), the uncured will cure in your tank during the cycle. Cured is also cheaper and the better choice if you are going to cycle IMO. Hope this helps.
I am going to cycle, for sure. And the "cheaper" comment was very helpful...LOLZ
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