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Old 03-29-2017, 09:44 AM   #1
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I have a 60g tank and I'm new to salt water tanks any help would be much appreciated. Thanks

I have a 60 gallon tank with a stand, canister filter 320gph, heater, 2 wave makers 530gph, led lights, and a protein skimmer.. what else would ya recommend and how much live rock and sand would I need for this ? Or do I even need live rock ?Click image for larger version

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This is not where the tank is goin i have it in a spare room till I figure it out a little better and have everything I need
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Yes you need dry or live rock. About a lb per gallon for sand and rock.
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Yes you need dry or live rock. About a lb per gallon for sand and rock.


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Thanks. You think I can get away with 40 lbs of sand and 40 of live rock ?
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