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Old 03-03-2006, 08:13 PM   #1
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wavmaster pro

ive decided to get wavemaster pro....but for a 55 gall how many maxijets would i need a what models i dont want to have too many though i want it to look natural but without the clutter.thanks your oppinions would help...how do you have your powerhead setup with a wavemaker?
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If you do not want clutter check into the ocean motion setups.
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