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    Returning after several year hiatus, suggestions please.

    Ok so I'm coming back after a long hiatus as the title says. What I'm looking for are some opinions on gear and methodology for keeping mainly soft corals, fish and anemonie.

    Previously I ran the Berlin Method with clams with a lot of success. What are some of the newer methods that maybe I should look into?


    I think I want to put together a 70 (36x18) gallon pro Deep Sea Aquatics. With the following equipment:

    Skimmer: ETSS Sump Buddy 40 (rated for up to 180 gallons)
    Lighting: Outer Orbit system of some sort for simplicity.
    Return Pump: QUIET ONE 3000 PUMP 780GPH
    Sump: DYI(I built the last one) or Suggestion please?
    Live sand: 40lbs?
    Live Rock: 70lbs?


    Thanks in advance

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    maybe 100 lbs for Lr, Ls is your choice you could go BB for cleanliness.

    other then that.. sumps and skimmers sounding good... what about circulatory pumps?

    tunze's?
    what kind of wattage are you planing out.. the outer orbits rock... 2x150 or 250 will do you justice.
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    36" sunpod 2x150
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    120lb+Lr
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    mIxed reef, softies, pora's, clams,
    1 Amphiprion ocellaris (hosting GTA)
    1 Zebrasoma scopas
    1 Premnas biaculeatus ( H. crispa?)

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