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Old 04-01-2007, 10:45 PM   #11
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srry to sound dumb but what is msrp??
i noticed in the classified part of this forum somone is selling a 2nd hand one. have sent them a msg to see what its lilke. might be worth getting to
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Old 04-01-2007, 10:52 PM   #13
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ok then. thanks guys for all the help./ this forum is awesome. i must seem like the biggest pest on here but i wanna get it right hehe.
Looks like im gonna go with the Aqua C Remora Pro With Mag 3. now to find the best price i can get hehe.

good thing about this thing to is it wont leak onto my floor like that jebo one does
hopefully the opening i have for it on the side is enough clearance for it. might have to cut the hood out a bit more.

its fine to sit on the side hey??

the only other thought i had was to invest in a sump. but then i would still need a protein skimmer anyways wouldnt i?
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I've got the Remora Pro/Mag 3 combo on my 46 gallon. Great skimmer. And yes... it'll be OK to fit on the side. If you find it ends up being a bit noisy, check out this little fix before you cuss it too much...

http://www.aquariumadvice.com/viewtopic.php?t=96396

Makes a great skimmer even better!
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will my tank be alright without a skimmer for a few days then? or not?
i have purigen going thru it now.

sorry to be a bother.

would i be better off setting up a sump system with a deep layer of sand or something?
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