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Old 12-13-2004, 08:50 AM   #1
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marineland penguin 330 filter

does anybody know of amy companys making aftermarket filter cartridges for the penguin 330 filter. or cheapest price on filters.

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I don't know, but I just use the frames and rubber-band floss to them, since I don't need carbon. That's the cheapest way to go.

Cheapest price on filters would have to be Bigalsonline.com

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check ebay a while back there was a guy there selling 25-50 lots of them for decent pricees.
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I by them for 9.99 from my lfs.....Try ebay for cheap filters maybe...

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I found a new product called SuperCartridge. It is a replacement cartridge for Marineland and Tetra filters that has more surface area for bacterial growth and a removable foam insert that is impregnated with carbon for chemical filtering. I have used them on my Penguin BIO-Wheel 170 and 330 filters for about 3 months now. The even better news is that the replacement foam inserts are much cheaper than buying Marineland's Rite-Size cartridges. You can read more about them here.


I bought them online at Drs. Foster & Smith. Here is a link to that website.

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