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Old 09-13-2013, 08:10 AM   #1
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New 55 used tank

As redundant as that sounds, it's new for me and used for him. A neighbor of mine has 1 55 gallon 1 120 gallon and 1 200 gallon tanks, all saltwater. The 55 gallon was his first, but due to misguidance, it failed. So he is building a new 80 gallon to replace the 55 gallon. When I do get it, how should I treat it? I don't want to set it up because I'm moving before I could even begin to cycle, so how should I treat and store it? He had a major algae problem, so what do I do for the spores? I plan on using it for saltwater after the move, so please consider that when advising in case that changes anything. Thanks!
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