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Old 03-07-2005, 12:24 PM   #11
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Looks like a Hagen model, rather pricy if it is. You can get a <<"quick filter">> attachment but I find them rather bulky. Great for QT's though.

You best option would be to replace the powerhead with something more appropriate and designed for the types of animals you will be keeping. Maxi-jets are a good choice and come with a strainer attachment.

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Looks like a Hagen model, rather pricy if it is. You can get a <<"quick filter">> attachment but I find them rather bulky. Great for QT's though.

You best option would be to replace the powerhead with something more appropriate and designed for the types of animals you will be keeping. Maxi-jets are a good choice and come with a strainer attachment.

Cheers
Steve
i have been on the hunt for a new one.the lfs doesnt have any and i looked at aquatic critters and they are a bit over priced.ended up having to buy a cheapo at wal-mart for the 55 gal.it's really not too bad but nowhere near as good as the one i have in the 75gal. btw wen my husand bought that he used it for an under gravel filter for fw. and for the record i hate them fw or sw.that was the nastiest mess when tearing down the tank yuck!
thanks for your help,
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