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Old 06-24-2015, 09:37 AM   #1
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Powerhead help (SW)

I finally got my 50 gal cycling water..

tank is 30x18x21.. I have a 20 Gal Sump with a Rio 2500 Return..

I am using a DIY Overflow set-up as the tank is not drilled and due to the unknown age I did not want to attempt it..

I have a tiny (undersized) power head in the now, but I need something more. I remember hearing about Powerheads that attach with magnets as I never have luck with the suction cups in the tank..

Suggestions?
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