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Old 03-14-2013, 11:45 AM   #1
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Upgrading tank question

So I've been bitten by this reef bug pretty hard. I'm thinking of upgrading to a bigger (not too much) tank. Im thinking of Innovative Marine's Nuvo 38 or a 40-60 gallon cube. I currently have a Biocube 29. I know the Nuvo 38 isn't much bigger, but I can get an extremely good deal on one possibly. My question is, what is the best way to transfer from my tank to a new one? I was thinking of adding cultured live rock for a little bit and a handful of sand from my tank, then adding my established live rock and sand, possibly some water? Tell me how you would do it!
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