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Old 05-04-2017, 10:46 PM   #1
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Power head help.....

I sprung for a 10 gallon tank, moving up from my 2 gallon..... I'm going to run a HOB filter for now that I used on a 30 gallon before..... What size power head should I use in this tank? One or two? The HOB filter seems to be moving quite a bit of water

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You want at least 10x turnover if the water column.
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