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5 Gallon nano reef tank build information and upkeep

Discussion in 'Marine Equipment, Products, & DIY' started by Fish-Lord, May 24, 2015.

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    I recently built a 5 gallon nano reef tank and wanted to share my research and success with anyone who is interested in building a nano reef tank on an extreme budget. I managed to get this entire tank up and running for under 260 dollars. If you have any input or comments please don't hesitate and let me know! The website is www.nanosaltwatertank.com
    Thank you! Hopefully it inspires some people to start the hobby at a low cost!
     
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    Awesome website,
    What is the tank you are using?=
     
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    Also, opinions on some filters and heaters?
     

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