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Old 04-08-2016, 10:21 AM   #1
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Wave makers

After doing some research I've seen a lot about the Jebao WP-40. I have a 75g FOWLR. Is this going to be too strong? I saw there is a WP-25 as well that may be sufficient. I already have A return flow and power head at the top but flow towards the bottom and rest of the tank is no good. I don't want to create a hurricane environment.


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