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Old 05-14-2005, 01:46 PM   #1
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upgrading need advice

my neighbor has upgraded so i am he has given me a 72 gal bow w stand for free great price and any way thats all he gave me i have a 30 regular with 45lbs of rock and couple of clowns ill place as much water from that in there and buy new sand he has it set up with a thing built in to the bow for a sump my thing is how big of a sump and what size pumps to buy just so i could get it running asap it will be a reef asap but i just want to get it going for now thanks
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