LED options for 48X31x20 tank

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by ReefLove, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. ReefLove

    ReefLove Guest

    I just wanted to know before ordering the tank, I already ordered it. Yes I have many months to think, thinking does not help unless you can try few options.
     
  2. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member

    I hear you, bro!

    Going on one year here. Wet soon!
     
  3. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member


    You need to see Joe at Joe's Aquarium and Reef Rental! Try before you buy.

    Unfortunately, there is NO JA&RR. :(

    The only solution is to take a look at pictures, YouTube video, visit stores and local reefers. See what stuff looks like and TAKE YOUR BEST GUESS! It's only money...
     
  4. ReefLove

    ReefLove Guest

    JA&RR??
     
  5. ReefLove

    ReefLove Guest

    Where is it located. .
     
  6. eldiablosrt8

    eldiablosrt8 Sponsor

    to make this easy for you, come by the shop i will loan you a kessil A350w so you can put it over the tank i think you will be surprised that the W at 8-10" off the water will cover your tank just fine front to back, most other fixtures(even the standard A350) can really only handle a 24x24 footprint IME....
     
  7. ReefLove

    ReefLove Guest

    Thanks Jesse. I was gonna drop by this weekends anyways. I'm gonna order two clowns from you and an Anemone and need to set up QT too.
     
  8. denzil

    denzil Webmaster

    Have a separate tank setup for your QT?
     
  9. ReefLove

    ReefLove Guest

    For now, I'm gonna set up 10 gal, will get it from petco. HOB filter. And I have hood and light. From freshwater tank.
     
  10. denzil

    denzil Webmaster

    I have the same setup. :)
     
  11. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    Jess, you are the man. That's pretty much the coolest thing ever!
     
  12. aqua-nut

    aqua-nut Supporting Member

    That would be Joe's Aquarium & Reef Rental! Never pass up the opportunity to coin an acronym! Sorry to confuse. There is no such place.
     
  13. gimmito

    gimmito Supporting Member

    Nish-you might want to hold off on getting a anemone. It's typically recommended to wait 9-12 months for your tank to mature before adding one.
     
  14. iCon

    iCon Supporting Member

    I'll put the over/under on this one at 3 months. ;)
     
  15. ReefLove

    ReefLove Guest

    Thanks Jim, Obviously I didn't know. What is the logic behind waiting ? Water params? Is there any link you can share where I can read further ?
     
  16. ReefLove

    ReefLove Guest

    I got the info. It all depends on the tank params. I will wait until my params are stable for 4 straight months.
     

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