:nuts: :nuts: :nuts: You are right my 72 gallon is to small i am over stocked in fish and i would like more but i can get more.:beer: :beer:theplatypus said:The 110 is too small for reefing?
2 options, put your corals high in the tank, OR get a bigger light. unless your tank is standing on end, its not too deep, you could probably get away with high wattage t-5's but a nice metal halide system will keep anything you want alive.cobray said:Too TALL. The light won't get down to the bottom!:beer:
It's 31inches high. The light budget is slim right now as I just ordered some T5s for my fifty gal. There are no lights on it right now. The plan is to keep the fifty as a reef and use the 110 for FOLWR. That way I could get all the creatures I wanted. I plan on tying the whole system together. I'll start a new thread here soon and post pictures as I build it up.leveldrummer said:what kinda lights are on it now? it cant be more than 20 inches tall, maybe 24? there are TONS of lights that hit that depth, what do you want to keep in it? and what kinda budget do you have for lights?