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Old 08-07-2014, 11:12 AM   #1
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3/4" it 1" plumbing for a 75G system?

Hello all. I'm currently putting together my 75G tank with a 20G sump. The return pump I'm using is a Lifegard Aquatics 2200 Pro Series 594 GPH Submersible pump. I'm not sure what size hose to use.

I would like to have enough water movement to keep my tank circulated pretty well and I don't know whether 1" will give me enough pressure.
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