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Old 02-10-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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Thinking about saltwater

Hey everyone. So I'm getting a new 55 gal tank to replace the tank I have now that is fw and thinking about trying my hand at sw for the first time. What I'm on here asking is what do I need to change to switch to sw. Right now I have a canister filter that is rated for 100gal tank and the output can be setup to work like a power head. Next I have 2 10watt led light for my tank along with a 300 watt and a 150 watt heater (i know it's over kill for a 55 gal tank) so what do I need to change and what is left to get for sw any help would be great
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