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Old 09-10-2010, 05:29 PM   #1
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Clearance items

I ran into a couple of great deals on some filtration systems.. I didn't buy either one because I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to buy the replacement filters in the future.. The pet shop could not give me an answer that I could.. Has any one gambled and pick a clearance item up and was able to buy replacement filters .. Thanks..
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Old 09-10-2010, 06:25 PM   #2
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What brand(s)?
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Old 09-10-2010, 06:27 PM   #3
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most filters you can diy your own media anyways.
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Marine Land. It was reg. $60.00 and they had it marked to clear at $25.00 then it had a $5.00 rebate which brought it down to $20.00 I'm on a budget and a beginner to planted tanks I read that Since I have a angel fish and are going to get more. that its recommended to use a power filter with a bio wheel.. I'm still debating on what substrate to use..
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they been around for a long time it just might be the store is no longer going to sell them. angelfish dont need a bio wheel.
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Buying replacements won't be a problem and is actually unnecessary for the most part. I'd personally jump at that deal if I needed a power filter.
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What kinda filter do you all recommend
And another question after I write and hit post my post has a bunch of numbers on it I was asked not to put the numbers on by a member but I'm not intentionaly putting them on.. I have to edit to get them off. Why are these numbers coming up with my post and how do I stop them.. Thanks for all your imput..
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if its a cheap bio wheel filter get it. i just saying they dont have to have one. personally i just use aquaclear hobs.
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