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Hello from Ohio! Go Blue!

Anyways like the title says I am not really new to reefing. The only thing I am new to is running a sump and all the goodies in it! Slowly buying everything I need to start up this 75rr upgrade from a 40b.

Wow this upgrade is way more expensive than I anticipated...

Merry Christmas Y'all
Ryan
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Welcome to R2R! Congrats on your upcoming wedding AND your tank upgrade. I think you'll find that maintenance is much easier with a sump. We are glad you've joined. ;Cat
Its the 3rd time I've joined R2R lol. I've been told to avoid sand and go bb. But I don't always listen! Glad to be here! Again
 
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I do have a question I hope someone can answer.

The silicone used on my sump from seapora looks like a child made the tank. Before I add my baffles, would I be able to add silicone on top of the silicone from the manufacturer for peace of mind? Really dont wanna spend another 40 on a tank, or have a flooded cabinet and floor...
 
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I do have a question I hope someone can answer.

The silicone used on my sump from seapora looks like a child made the tank. Before I add my baffles, would I be able to add silicone on top of the silicone from the manufacturer for peace of mind? Really dont wanna spend another 40 on a tank, or have a flooded cabinet and floor...
Anyone? Lol
 

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I do have a question I hope someone can answer.

The silicone used on my sump from seapora looks like a child made the tank. Before I add my baffles, would I be able to add silicone on top of the silicone from the manufacturer for peace of mind? Really dont wanna spend another 40 on a tank, or have a flooded cabinet and floor...
Not having to silicone a tank before I can't really answer that, but maybe someone from the @ReefSquad can.
 

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Hi Acan Fan... Congrat's On

1) Finding a Woman that love's Reefing.
2) Finding a woman that will marry you even though you are a Reefer...
3) On Letting the home buying process be totally control by How Many Tanks, In Wall Tanks and Fish Rooms you can get in one single home...
4) Joining R2R.... Third times a Charm....
5) On your New Tank...
6) Meeting Us... That about wraps it up....;)
 

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First, welcome to R2R. Old saying goes...silicone will stick to just about anything but nothing sticks to silicone.
 

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