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. I hear ya man. But its got to be, unless you have a Algae Turf Scrubber, the most important part of the tank. Now, you can always skip it, and do 10-20% water changes a week, which in the long run will kill you in salt costs. But, if you do it this way, you'll have to watch your parameters like a hawk, and if they start to slip up, you should be prepared to do 50-75% water changes to bring them in line.
Originally Posted by MiamiLeos View Post
To answer your question: Yes, there are situations that the Coralife 65g would work well in a 46 bow tank. Stock a few fish, a few low-light corals and keep a good amount of Live Rock in the tank.
On a side note, if you go with a Venturi-style (like the Coralife) skimmer, keep in mind that the pump will be in the tank and it can be an eyesore. Google images of the Super-skimmer as a Hang-on-back unit and make sure you are ok with it. While Counter Current skimmers do not work as well as Venturi-style (although some say you can mod them to work as well, but I do not know about that...), they certainly are less obtrusive.
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