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Old 08-10-2010, 01:21 PM   #1
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need protine skimmer decision help

I am currently in the market to buy a protine skimmer for my 46 gallon FOWLR. My first choice was to get a HOB aquac remora with a 1200 maxi jet.


So my plan was to also buy a HOB refugium to hold some macro aglae and increase my water volume. So i came across this CPR refugium with modified bakpak protine skimmer.


Should I just buy the remora and refugium separately or should i save money and buy the cpr combo?

Has anyone had expierence with either? Your feedback is highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
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