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  1. Do It Yourself
    I have finally gotten my new tank ordered and I should receive it in a few weeks. I plan to put it in the same spot my old one currently occupies. I'm wondering what the best and safest way to go about this is. I don't plan to use the same sand as I have read that this can be dangerous for the...
  2. Reef Discussion
    I am going to be switching from my 46 gallon tank to a 90 gallon tank. I have sugar fine sand in the current tank. I am wondering what kind of sugar fine sand I can get the cheapest way and add sand from my current tank to seed the new tank. My question is, can I buy fresh sand somewhere without...
  3. Reef Discussion
    I plan on upgrading from my current tank to a slightly bigger one I've never "switched" tanks before so Im not sure how I should go about doing this. Right now I have pebbles for the bottom of my tank and for the new tank I am thinking about live sand I was planning on transferring all of my...
  4. Selling Forums
    Changing gears and switching tank. Once Corals are gone, I will be selling LR/sand/macro. I'm keeping equipment. Blasto colony (20 polyps) - $25 (SOLD) Golden Button Polyps (15-20) - $10 Red Spot Zoanthids (25 polyps) - $15 Pink Millipora (on rubble rock) - $10 (SOLD) Green Hydnophora...
  5. Reef Discussion
    That's it--the scratch on my tank has won!!:mad: I can't live with it any longer!:eek: So I'm changing out my 75g for 90 or 100g! Plus it give's me an excuse to get a bigger tank!!-devil Anyway whats the best way to go about this task? I got a 60 gallon I'm thinking about using for the switch...
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