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Have Live Rock - Should I swap bio balls for something else


Eugene123

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I have plenty of live rock in my 14 gallon bio cube that i am in the process of cycling. The tank came with the bio ball chamber and balls built into the back. I already ditched the floss and carbon filter to add the skimmer which fits in that spot. My question is since I have the live rock should I replace the bio balls with something else like bags of carbon, floss or something else?

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I have plenty of live rock in my 14 gallon bio cube that i am in the process of cycling. The tank came with the bio ball chamber and balls built into the back. I already ditched the floss and carbon filter to add the skimmer which fits in that spot. My question is since I have the live rock should I replace the bio balls with something else like bags of carbon, floss or something else?

 

First thing I did on my BC29 is ditch my bioballs...

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First thing I did on my BC29 is ditch my bioballs...

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Add some LR rubble and chaeto and add a small light. you will never have to clean or replace them again.

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First thing I did on my BC29 is ditch my bioballs...

 

Same story with my BC8. Your LR will handle your biological filtration. No need for bioballs.

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