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Old 12-31-2003, 03:34 PM   #11
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Not necessarily so. I used 2 fluval 404s on my saltwater tank as I was building my load of LR. As I was adding LR and LR and building it up I would remove some of the media from the Fluvs over time. I still use them but have all the media out and just use them to create water flow. As you read thru the forum you'll find out that current is more important in marine tanks than it was in freshwater.

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