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Old 05-15-2007, 02:36 PM   #1
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anyone with a 46g bow I want to know your equipment setup??

I have a 46g bow that I have set up and a 125 gallon tank i just got used for $200. I am going to set it up eventually when I can get the money plus I want to get used to saltwater before I take on a new expensive project.. I have a dogface puffer which will outgrow my 46g bow when that happens I will probably set up my 125 gallon.. on my bow I have 2 whisper 30-60 gallon filters that I am going to take off and get 1 canister filter I want to get one that is strong enough for a 100+ gallon tank so I have adequate filtration( dont know which to choose) plus my 2 whisper filters leave no room for a skimmer. So I need to buy a skimmer( dont have one now) I have 1 300watt heater which does a great job. My coralife lunar aqualight is awesome. I just converted to fine sand big pain in the *** to remove the crushed coral.. I have 3 y/t damsels and 3 emerald crabs and 7 hermit crabs. Thats it
I want to know what others have on their 46g bow's so I know what I need to buy??????????//

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Just get a decent skimmer and toss the filters, assuming you have around 1.5-2Lbs of rock per gallon. Nice pick up on the 125. Did you make sure no meds were used in it? If so, what?

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Old 05-15-2007, 03:21 PM   #4
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