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Old 02-21-2014, 10:28 AM   #1
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Shopping for wave makers

I have done some research but I don't see many tanks like mine in this area I have a 44 gal tall tank and from what I looked up I think a jebao wp-25 is good but I have seen some big pretty strong on a 75 gal some please
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I wouldn't use a wp-25 as it seems a bit much for the tank size . I would start with a wp-10 or 2 of them if needed .
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I like the idea of two 10's also. You can split up the flow better and more evenly than with a single wp25.
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Ok went and purchased wp10 what do I set it on the instructions are in Chinese
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Old 02-23-2014, 03:49 AM   #5
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Look up the wp10 on ebay and the listings usually have the directions printed in them. Quicker than me searching and linking lol
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Just thought somebody who had one would answer and tell me more or less how they like it rather than me reading it lol lazy ain't i
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