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Old 04-12-2013, 10:03 PM   #1
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Hello all. looking for info on filters for a new tank and found your site and after looking for awhile here I am a new member! I am from central lower michigan and have been in the fish tank keeping for a number of years. Started with a 29gal for a couple years then moved up to a 55gal. great but then the big D and back to the start. got another 55gal. and all well again, but job made no time for a tank and it was sold. but now the time is back and could not stay without tank any longer so got a 75gal tank and stand now looking for a filter and getting it up and running! got to decide on substait and other things. looking at maybe a fx5 but still looking looking forward to picking your minds and maybe even adding to yours

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Depending on the amount of money you have, the fx5 is very costy, and the flow might be just too powerful. I personally own an Rena xp4 and two fluval 406, and they are just fine for a 300 gallon. I also run a 75 gallon sump but that's something else. The 406 will be enough, costing usually 290$ at retail price, compared to 519$~ on the fx5. You could also look into getting a Sump(usually a bit cheaper) or as i said, invest in a less ''advanced'' if I may say canister or Sun Sun canister filter witch are very popular due to their low price and high effiency.
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