All-in-One tank

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Sam Cunningham

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Reply #15

Will start using different threads for my questions, I was trying to keep it all compact in one post haha but it does limit the exposure the questions get for sure.

Debbiem

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Reply #16

yes and you can always use the search facility if you want to find some information from one of your old posts.

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Reply #17

With marine tanks you always wanted better stuff IE skimmer reactors things like that with a small tank it diminishes your options .with a small tank it normally means a hob skimmer and the will overflow.there are plenty of secondhand tanks on eBay.New tanks are very expensive to.

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