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Old 01-20-2006, 05:41 PM   #1
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Inline Heaters???

Is an inline heater a good idea for a 65 gal SW???
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I guess it would. I`ve never used one but I know people that do.
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Wasnt sure if they worked well or not figured id run it pass your guys before i bought one
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I have two hydor eth 300w on my 125 gallon freshwater tank. They work fantastic. Temp hardly ever changes. Just for them to kick on and off... temp stays strong at 80.1°F
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Sweet those are the ones im lookin at too
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