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Old 08-28-2012, 09:31 PM   #1
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How to move to bigger tank

So I'm moving to a bigger apartment. Its only one floor down so it's not a far move. There is way more room, and its the bottom floor so it's got a solid base. I have a 40 gal breeder with a 20 gal refuge. The tank is pretty established, been running for 4+ years.

My plan is to get a 90 - 120 gal display, and turn my 40 and 20 into its refuge and sump. I am wondering what order I should do everything while going about the move, and if I need to run the new big display tank first to cycle it in.
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