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Old 09-28-2009, 03:38 PM   #11
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Yes. Particularly copper. It can leach later
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I agree, if you don't believe him, you can fill the tank and buy a copper test kit....
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Oh yes!! It is mine!!

Hard to believe, but I got all this for only $200

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Awesome and congrats!!!

Now the REAL $$$ needs to get spent... I forsee a MH Pendant Light, about 100lbs of LR and a nice Skimmer for your sump
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Very cool beans!!! Cogratz!
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Awesome and congrats!!!

Now the REAL $$$ needs to get spent... I forsee a MH Pendant Light, about 100lbs of LR and a nice Skimmer for your sump
Came with a skimmer!
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Came with a skimmer!
OK..Even better.. Now you can bump it up to 150lbs LR
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