Did you at least have some filter media or something from the old tank you could seed your new media with? If so, your new tank's cycle should go pretty quickly. Just test it daily & plan lots of PWC
, the cloudiness should be fine for the stock--but IDK if there's any stock that would be sensitive to the cloudiness?? Also, I'm new to SW
but when you say wet/dry, I assume that means sump (correct me if I'm wrong) but all that stirred up stuff will end up at the bottom of your sump & all over your bio balls if you don't have a high micron rating filter like filter sock material type. I'm just trying to save ya some headache I just went thru!
I just moved a 75 gal
from one location to another last Sat. I'm still battling issues w/ the move (& could be the past care of the tank by the old owner, but I think the move disturbed a lot of things too).