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Old 12-25-2013, 08:00 PM   #1
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400 gph 36 gallon tank? Filter help

My new aquarium came with a bad filter, I want extra filtration so I got a power head but it is 350 gph, is that too much?

How would I turn this power head into a filter for cheap?mi have a lot of filter floss, and I can get those biofilterballs, or ceramic things... Any ideas?

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Check out the DIY filter thread, it's current, right up your alley! Good luck
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