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Welcome aboard. For every question here there will usually be multiple answers. I have been planning for 6 months, it’s the best way. Ask, research, evaluate and choose what works for you...Good Luck With your build.
 

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Hello and welcome to R2R!
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Hello everyone and greetings from a noob, I intend to have a small piece of the ocean in the middle of the desert :) I am new to the hobby and would appreciate some advice from all you experts. Currently I have a 75g sumpless tank with HOB equipment (refugium, skimmer and canister filter). I want to upgrade to a better tank around the 120g-150g range. I was looking at the Red Sea Reefer tanks (XL 525 or XXL 625). Is there anything better out there?
Welcome for my experience your in the right place, Welcome
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