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Old 01-30-2009, 08:06 PM   #1
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Wavemaker Does it matter

I have my 220 reef up and going now for about 1 year. I am debating on if a wave maker is really the way to go or just keep my power heads going 24/7 like they are now. Right now i have 3 running each at 3500 GPH I am thinking about adding a 4th one. has anyone had good or bad experiences with using wave makers or not. Thanks for any help out there.
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