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Old 12/31/2006, 02:04 PM
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will i have a cycle or not ?/

I had to take down my 100 gallon and buff some scratches out and I also built a new stand. In the mean time I put all my live rock into my 75 gallon sump and just kept good flow and params. I set my tank back up added new sand and then jsut put my live rock back in. I dont think there should be any cycle at all am I right. Or am i going to have a cycle
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Old 12/31/2006, 05:00 PM
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maybe a mini but you should be ok, just watch your params. any new pics?????????
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Old 12/31/2006, 05:11 PM
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was it dry sand or live sand? If it was live sand that you added, then you may get a small spike. But if its dry sand, you shouldnt. The only other thing that could really happen is that you may just kic k up some stuff that was on the rock, but there really shouldnt be anything on the rocks that would cause a small spike.
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