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Old 07-20-2005, 09:03 AM   #1
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Cyclone Bio-Filters?Wet/Dry Confusion!!

I saw this on drsfostersmith and was wondering if it was any good.


I'm trying to decide on a wet/dry for my new (yippe!) 75 thats coming next week. The lfs sold me one, but i think going to return it. Charged me 140 for pro clear aquatics 125 gallon w/d (after a $60 credit for the hook ups because my tank comes with them supposedly). Or is that a good deal for one of those? I know he wanted to charge me 89 bucks for a mag drive pump. I told him no. The first w/d he try to sell me was 259!
I was wondering about the one above, because it includes a skimmer and its 280 altogether.
Other ones I was looking at were the Marineland Tidepool, and the CPR 900. As for skimmers I have no idea which one is best bang for my buck. Help!

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