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Old 11-26-2006, 01:10 AM   #1
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Fluval 104 Output

Ok so I run a Fluval 104 cannister filter on my 29gal mostly for flow but right now i am really not liking the output nozzle on the thing cause it shoots sort of upward and i dont really have much control over where it goes ..... i was wondering if there are some sort of different attachments you can get to put on the hose to change the output ... or has anyone done this ... any ideas .... thanks

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