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I have just purchased a 100 gallon that is going to be set up as a fish and coral tank, and am currently rebuilding the stand and a custom canopy. Well in the mix of making this tank mine, I have decided to use a sump/refuge instead of the weet/dry it came with. With that being said what size of a sump would be good? I have heard that the biggest you can fit is what you should go with but I want some room under my tank. I have a 29 gallon fish tank that I was going to convert if I could. Would that be good or would I want to go bigger?

Oh sorry I have no manner's my name is Greg and I live in Colorado Springs. If there are any member's that live in the Springs I would like to talk to you and see what your thoughts are and maybe we can get together and share tank picture's or we can view each other's tank. Thank you for all of your help and I hope that this build finishes soon I am too anxious.
 

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Hell, Greg :) Glad to hear you are feeling the new tank excitement. It happens to all of us.

I think 29 gallons for a 100 gallon is a reasonable size.

Our club actually "moved" recently to the MASC - Marine Aquarium Society of Colorado club forum (we changed our name a while back).

There are two great clubs in Colorado that share quite a few members and attend each others' events. MASC (http://www.marinecolorado.org) primarily operates in Northern Colorado and the Denver area and SCMAS (http://www.thescmas.com/) in the springs. The local websites for each club have more local discussion and information on the next meetings, etc. Hope to see you around at a meeting soon!
 
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