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Just getting back into the hobby after a 25 year break. We had a 55 gallon saltwater tank back in the early 90's, we decided to give a bigger tank a try. We have a 120 gallon tank, and is at the end of the starting cycle. Pretty excited to start adding things, going to lean on these boards for help and suggestions. Thanks!
 
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Welcome to Reef2Reef!!!

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Welcome to R2R and back to reefing.!! :)

There are so many new toy for saltwater reef tanks I was amazed.
 

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Welcome aboard. A lot has changed in that time as I am also finding out. Check out videos on YouTube by Bulk Reef Supply on equipment, chemistry, etc. Tidal Gardens has good informational videos on corals. And the LiveAquaria web site does a good job of describing live stock and compatibilities. Good luck with your build.
 

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