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    Default 90 gallon set up

    I would like a full system including 90 gallon tank power heads protien skimmer powerheads evrything

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryansmall24 View Post
    I would like a full system including 90 gallon tank power heads protien skimmer powerheads evrything
    I have a 90 gallon with iron stand. It has a protein skimmer, power heads, tops and t-5 tights.

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    can you post pics

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