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Old 10-19-2013, 12:56 PM   #1
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Experiance with quiet one pump?

Looking at these but after using a chart for head loss (for the 6000 model) it seems my GPH drop from 1500/1600 to 750 ish. Not sure if the chart I used is correct or not. Looking for some opinions on this pump. The noise it makes is also a huge factor because my sump is under the tank. I'd rather spend more money if I have to than to go with something I won't be happy with. Hoping you guys can help! I've also looked at pan world, and Iwaki pumps but I'm afraid they will be loud according to some reviews I've read.
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