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Old 03-26-2005, 11:46 AM   #11
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No it the biggest piece of crap. Either you add more live rock in your tank or purchase a Nitrate filter and the only Nitrate filter that works is from a company called Natureef.com. I am selling a used one if you are interested.
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Old 03-28-2005, 09:48 PM   #12
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im just gonna beef up my tank to 100# of live rock and put LRubble wherever i can like in my penguin 330, take out the baskets, and put as much LRubble underneath the grate that suspends my bio-balls.
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Old 03-30-2005, 09:16 AM   #13
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YEAH, BUT HOW MUCH MORE ARE YOU GOING TO SPEND ON THAT WHEN YOU CAN GET A NITRATE FILTER LIKE I HAVE AN YOU WILL NEVER EVER HAVE TO CHANGE YOUR WATER EVER, EXCEPT REPLACE TRACE ELEMENTS. THE FILTER COST 900 AND I AM SELLING IT FOR 500. I AM SURE 100POUNDS OF LIVE ROCKS COST MORE THAN 500
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I used Nitrex as a media in my secondary filter and it lowered them from about 30 to 10 in about a week or so, i would recommend it
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YEAH, BUT HOW MUCH MORE ARE YOU GOING TO SPEND ON THAT WHEN YOU CAN GET A NITRATE FILTER LIKE I HAVE AN YOU WILL NEVER EVER HAVE TO CHANGE YOUR WATER EVER, EXCEPT REPLACE TRACE ELEMENTS. THE FILTER COST 900 AND I AM SELLING IT FOR 500. I AM SURE 100POUNDS OF LIVE ROCKS COST MORE THAN 500
1. Stop yelling, please.
2. PWC's are necessary no matter what kind of filter you are running.. not changing your water is just plain poor husbandry.
3. There's a buy/sell/trade forum here.. find it and don't spam the main forums. Thanks.
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I agree
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