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Old 10-19-2009, 12:02 PM   #11
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lol goldfish. They are too messy lol. Yeah, definitely get the 300G. Heck.. if you want a smaller tank.. you could always just sell the 300G for a smaller one, and then you will be totally set for setting up a smaller tank. And if you get a good amount of $$ for the 300G.. that may even be able to completely set you up with a SW tank of a smaller size. Excellent equipment and all. 300G tanks are pretty expensive anywhere you look.. so i'm sure you could easily get a decent price for it.

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At least take it and make sw in it or something. You could have a christmas list for years to come. Or get it sell it and buy a small aio and juice it up.

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I would keep the 300 gal imo everyone eventually wants to get a bigger tank i mean its a addiction for most if not all of us!!! if you build that 300 gal into a salt tank you better make a build thread for us all with pics!!!!! i think i speak for everyone when i request pics!!!
special thanks to melosu58 , roka , thincat,CaptainAhab (and many more who i will list later as i find thier names so i can spell them lol ) for i would not have the tank or the knowledge i have about my tank if not for them.
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Old 10-19-2009, 07:22 PM   #14
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That got some good responses! I am taking the tank. I am just going to store it for now. I have no place for it at my house. At some point when I move, I will set it up in the basement. I will start saving for it now. I know this will cost some seroius coin to get it going.
You should start making DIY LR and that would eliminate one of the most expensive part of starting a new SW tank. Just do a search on this site for DIY Rock.
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Old 10-19-2009, 07:38 PM   #15
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i just saw a 265 gallon tank at the not so lfs and it was $1500. not bad for a freebie.

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