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Old 01-09-2006, 05:47 AM   #11
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Then later, if you decide on a heavier bio-load, then you will definitely need a cannister to back up the PF 500.
I have a Whisper 60 and thats it right now and everything is fine, so if there is something wrong with the tetra I'll just go back to that. Canisters themselves aren't the biggest pain, its all the tubing is a real chore to disassemble and to clean, and the flow rates go way down with just a little gunk. I used to have a canister, but I'll never go back to one. HOBs are just so much more simple.
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