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  1. General Reef Discussion
    Hey guys, noob question- I have been doing a lot of reading about moving sand beds and I'm torn when it comes to the age old question of rinsing my sand when upgrading my tank or replacing it with new. I am getting an awesome deal on a 90 gallon rr tank that I couldn't refuse. I currently have...
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    Good morning everyone, I have been given a 90 gallon tank from a friend who is moving over seas and I am going to transfer my 44 gallon into my 90 and continue to to add to it. I was looking for some advice on how to transfer all of my coral and fish the easiest and safest way into my the new...
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    I am currently running a fish only salt water system. Well There are a few mushrooms that hitched a ride in and have been around ever since. The current system is a 55g corner tank that has been set up for about 8 years now. Currently I have only two fish in my tank a maroon clown and a kole...
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    Hi everyone! I currently have a 30g biocube that has been established for 3 years, and im going to a 110g.The 110 gallon has been set up for a week and a half with 100 lbs of live sand, about 35lbs of fully cured live rock, and another 60 lbs of dry rock. I currently have 2 fish in there, and...
  5. General Reef Discussion
    Ok, so Im moving in a couple of months, and need some advice on moving my aquarium. Its a 60gal tank, with 90lbs of live rock, some coral, inverts.....the works. I only have to move it about 15km's, anyone have any advice??:confused:
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    Hey guys,it always seems that I have moved right when the tanks are doing well! I always lose a few critters or corals. I tend to save and move at least half of the water,and mix the rest at a new location. and transport the corals together in about 5-6 gallons. Any tips on an easy move and ways...
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