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Old 02-11-2006, 04:29 PM   #11
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I like maxijet 900's because they flow a lot with very little power usage. I have 3 in my 54.

I think you can get a remora from marinedepot today for $150 (they're on sale)

54g all-glass bowfront corner planted FW

Red tiger lilly, Rotala Indica, Sagittaria Subulata, Micro Sword, Cardinal Plant
Fluorite Black sand and gravel
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