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Old 07-17-2015, 09:09 PM   #1
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Filtering advise

Hi all
I have a eheim 2217 canister which i will be using from the start of my set up
I have quite a bit of live rock and sand which is curing!!
What filter media should i go with ? Carbon ,fine or course pads and any bio media.
I will be doing a water change and filter clean weekly to reduce nitrites.
I also have a skimmer which i need a pump for but i wouldnt add it until i need to.anyone familar with this type?has a wooden stone u just cant see it as dirty.Click image for larger version

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