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Final Tank Decisions for S. Bandenis

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hi all! i've been looking around this site for about 3 years now, and have finally got the time and money to dedicate to an SW aquarium setup. I'm looking to get a ~35 gallon aquarium, and i have seen a few acrylic setups with sumps built into the back. Specifically, acrylicman on ebay sells a few different sizes of setups like this, and i was wondering if these setups are designed well. here is a link to the smallest tank he sells (18 gallon), the 25 and 35 gallon sizes are basically the same.. http://cgi.ebay.com/MINI-REEF-Tank-...ryZ20755QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

I have also seen the different models that Seaclear offers, does Seaclear have a better design to it's sump system?

It has been too many years since i researched tank designs to remember what the design differences were..and i'm starting to get a bit confused jumping back into things.. :bonk: :silenced:
 

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