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post #1 of 1 Old 02-23-2009, 12:30 PM Thread Starter
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Ok so I purchased a used 75g tank that had a fluval 405 & 205, a eheim profesional(2227) and a seaclone 150 skimmer. Now I thought this was a good purchase and would save me $$. From looking around on here now that I have found this site I am seeing that maybe I didnt do so good. Once I get the tank going this weekend and then get the tank cycled I plan to have a FOWLR tank in which it came with 70 - 75lbs of live rock. I want to get better lighting and then purchase some coals down the road once I get experience. Do I have to get a Sump? If not will I end up with a huge Nitrate problem?

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