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Old 05-17-2010, 12:33 AM   #1
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My name is Steve and I just acquired a 100G tank from my brother inlaw. He bought the tank setup new in 97 and has been well maintained. He had all the equipment to make it to a SW tank but went with a FW setup instead. I was going to do a FW tank but the Mrs and Littlle guy wanted salt water. They both love the vibrant colors, and not to mention the sight of "NEMO" as my son calls any clown fish that he sees swimming around. My recent purchase on CL was a set of dead corals for decore. Couldn't pass up $25 for em. Well, I look forward to getting answers to questions that I may have as my tank progresses..


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