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Old 06-04-2011, 08:24 PM   #31
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yes, it would appear so. i would use one ATI blue plus and one ATI aquablue special as the 2 lamps.
Do u have a link for the lamps
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Old 06-05-2011, 01:51 PM   #33
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another question to keep reef what do you need I have two Fluval internal u1 filters but what else??
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you need clean water and good parameters. with that water volume you should be able to keep the water clean and replenish used up elements with weekly water changes, providing you are using a "reef" grade salt.
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you need clean water and good parameters. with that water volume you should be able to keep the water clean and replenish used up elements with weekly water changes, providing you are using a "reef" grade salt.
How about a power head
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well, you definitely need adequate flow in the tank. i assumed you already had this planned. yes, a power head or two, or even 3 will be necessary, as will a heater.
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well, you definitely need adequate flow in the tank. i assumed you already had this planned. yes, a power head or two, or even 3 will be necessary, as will a heater.
Any good but compact one on mind
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If you want to just have one on each end, try 2 Maxijet PROs, cheap and a ton of power.

The circulation pump option on the smallest one, the 600, was too much for my 24 cube, but yours is 4 times wider.
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so I have two Fluval u1 on both sides a heater on the left next to the filter so add a power head and a circulation pump tell me where to place everything
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