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Old 11-09-2012, 01:26 PM   #1
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fluval 88g CO2 kit

I'm thinking about purchasing this kit for my planted 40gal.breeder thats heavily planted. I'd like to get some of our members opinions on its performance, pro's and cons etc. I'm on a tight budget but diy is a little to high maintenance now that my work schedule has changed.
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Personally I'd save up for a full size system on that size tank. It's a little more up front bit it'll pay for itself time and again.
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I'm thinking about purchasing this kit for my planted 40gal.breeder thats heavily planted. I'd like to get some of our members opinions on its performance, pro's and cons etc. I'm on a tight budget but diy is a little to high maintenance now that my work schedule has changed.
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:22 PM   #4
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I agree with jetajockey. I also have a 20gal.long planted that i may use the fluval 88g system on however. Seems a little to costly for a bigger tank. Nano's up to 20gal or so would be less expensive. I'm doin the diy thing on my smaller tanks for now.
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