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      NoobReefer671 is offline Registered User
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      Hello!!!

      Hello everyone, just stopping by to introduce myself. I had a freshwater tank years ago but I finally took the plunge and started my first saltwater tank. I have a 90g w/ 29g sump. As soon as I can figure out how to post pictures I will do so.

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      Welcome to SDreefs!!! I use Tapatalk to upload pics.

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      90g acrylic with durso drain. 29g sump all i have in it right now is a skimmer, heaters. And return pump. Advice would be greatfull. I'm on day 8 of fishless cycle. Should I add or change my acuascape? Don't mind the wiring still trying to tie everything up.

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      it looks good for a first set up, much better than mine when i started

      change as you see fit, i suggest if you are not sure how to scape, i recommend you look online for ideas

      any clues to what fish you are going with?

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      Welcome to the forum and to the reefing side of the hobby. You'll find a ton of great advice and helpful reefers here that will make your journey much more fun and less frustrating. Don't be shy about asking the group for advice as you go. - Alan

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      Welcome welcome!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by SammieT View Post
      it looks good for a first set up, much better than mine when i started

      change as you see fit, i suggest if you are not sure how to scape, i recommend you look online for ideas

      any clues to what fish you are going with?
      Pair of phantom clown fish as my first. Kids choice.

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