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Old 08-26-2015, 08:06 AM   #1
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Canister filter media

Ok ok i know a sump is the way to go
But ive got what ive got and i enough working on my tank.
Currently im cycling,i have live rock and a tunze 9904 skimmer in a 50gal tank.
Im running a eheim 2213 with one course filter and marine pure.
I have another canister not being used eheim 2215 would it be better to add this to my system too with more marine pure or any other media?

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