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Old 10-07-2008, 09:52 PM   #1
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Has anyone gotten the "super cartridge" from Fosters & Smith and used it? I have it and not a clue as to how exactly to integrate it into my system. It will go into my Emperor 280 and I will use Chemi-pure on the front side, but can't figure out how to incorporate a filter medium behind it...I was trying to get away from those expensive carbon Rite Size E's. I have LR, chaetomorpha floating in the column, Maxi-jet 1200 pointed down towards the DSB, and 2 bubble gadgets...35 gallon tall hex. Any ideas??

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