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Old 10-24-2011, 07:41 PM   #101
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But it can last 30 min easily? Haha
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Budgets are no fun but a necessary evil. Now if I could stay within mine it would be great. I went over this month because of a good deal on a light. Maybe that should be my new years resolution don't go over budget on my tanks.
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But it can last 30 min easily? Haha
Yes, it will be fine. Mine was all out for about an hour.
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Since you will be starting your cycle it also will be a benefit for you to have die off on your rock. it will help with the cycling.
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Yes, it will be fine. Mine was all out for about an hour.
Cool! Did you bring a big bin when you picked it up?
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Budgets are no fun but a necessary evil. Now if I could stay within mine it would be great. I went over this month because of a good deal on a light. Maybe that should be my new years resolution don't go over budget on my tanks.
Ya! Haha alot of chores and stuff gradually raises the budget though!
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I bring my own buckets wheb I go to buy live rock, makes life alot easier.
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Cool! Did you bring a big bin when you picked it up?
I used a couple of old salt buckets and my LFS put it all in sealed bags.
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I used a couple of old salt buckets and my LFS put it all in sealed bags.
Oh thats convenient!
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Old 10-24-2011, 07:59 PM   #110
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I bring my own buckets wheb I go to buy live rock, makes life alot easier.
Oh so far on the list iv got

Small powerhead
20lb of pf sand
5lbs of live rock
10lbs of base rock
Refrotractor when i can afford it
Salt mix
Is that it??
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