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Old 03-04-2008, 12:41 AM   #11
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Yup! yup! thats what I have decided, DIY refugium. I will hopfully be picking up the 110g main tank this weekend or next. I have an old 55 and 20 laying around. But I think the 55 is just alittle to big ( I will have to see the stand again ) and the 20 is just alittle to small. So I might take a trip to the store sometime this week to see what they have in stock.

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You can never have too large a sump/fuge!!! If you can make the 55 work use it! The additional water volume will only help!

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