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Old 10-28-2004, 11:12 PM   #11
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I saw the in-sump kit in a magazine. ...hold on....here it is: http://www.proteinskimmer.com/products/Urchin.htm

I had it named wrong, Its the Urchin not the Remora. Sorry.
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I saw the in-sump kit in a magazine. ...hold on....here it is: http://www.proteinskimmer.com/products/Urchin.htm

I had it named wrong, Its the Urchin not the Remora. Sorry.
Excellent. Thanks. Pretty decent price on that model too.
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about the chiller, i dont have room/$$ for one either- if during the summer it gets too toasty in my tank, i just run fans across the top of the water in the tank, works out pretty well in a pinch.. just in case
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i just run fans across the top of the water in the tank, works out pretty well in a pinch.. just in case
good suggestion. thanks
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