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Old 11-18-2014, 06:55 PM   #1
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What is an ideal tank set up to you? I would like to hear peoples opinion on this, and other people might too. I would post what I think, but you would be reading this until 2072. I have a problem with talking and typing too much. Thanks!

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Ideal for me would be a 125g or larger mixed reef tank.

I'd have it plumbed into a multi tank system in the basement which would include a refugium of at least 55g and a 40b or larger frag tank.

I would also set up a system to automatically do water changes.

Thats about the gist of it. I could go into more detail but it would be a large list
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75 gal - nice size and biggest tank you can get and still move by yourself empty if you move often (if you are 6'3" 300lbs)
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75 gal - nice size and biggest tank you can get and still move by yourself empty if you move often (if you are 6'3" 300lbs)
I'm glad I don't plan on moving anytime soon
my 90 is just to much work tearing it down than putting it back together
think where I am is the last move of my life time
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Old 11-18-2014, 10:22 PM   #5
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I'm glad I don't plan on moving anytime soon
my 90 is just to much work tearing it down than putting it back together
think where I am is the last move of my life time

If I had a tank that large, I would do the same thing and have a no move policy !


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