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  1. Thats definitely way further than I go. I tend to worry about the obligates that can wipe out a whole bunch of stuff. Zoa eaters, acro eaters, etc. That stuff is entirely unlikely to be on a something other than what it eats.
  2. I'd probably start with QT, worry about treating if and when something pops up. IDK. Interesting question.
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    Zoas shouldn't require any dosing. I would recommend caution adding anything.
  4. Look into Dinos (flagellates)
  5. Usually pump manufacturers will provide an ideal pipe size for maximum head pressure. I'd look that up and consider going with it. For dual overflows, I would combine both the drain and returns into one larger pipe going to the basement. @myreef55 might be able to get you the deets on his similar setup.
  6. Any repair you're doing here is cosmetic only, I'd go with clear epoxy or superglue. Silicone over top of existing silicone inside will do nothing but make a mess
  7. Just had my crawl bombed for mold. All I did was kill the lights, drape a towel over the canopy, and kill the skimmer. I wouldn't think you'll have to do much more. Maybe run some extra carbon.
  8. The pros use epoxy. I haven't been able to figure it out and still do what you describe, which sucks, especially with larger branch frags
  9. Well done sir. Nice tank and awesome offer!
  10. List is a bit out of date, but if you ever make it up north... https://www.buckeyereef.com/forums/index.php?/topic/11287-frags-for-sale/
  11. The BSI is so much cheaper on Amazon. I get these. https://www.amazon.com/Insta-Cure-Filling-Bob-Smith-Ind/dp/B0000DD1QQ/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=bsi+glue&qid=1589806296&sr=8-4
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