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    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Just as it says, looking for a pump but basically intersted in anything between 500-700gph. Not interested in Sen as I can't find any positive reviews on it.

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    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by chort55 View Post
    Check reef paradise they had one in last time I was in, if not andy can get ya one
    Yeah thx, I'll be talking to him soon as my tank he ordered for me should be in this week. I know he had the 9.5 in but not sure about the 7.

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    bluwc - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I had him order me a 25x25x12 and I am going to build my own stand and put a 20g sump under it. It's probably only going to be 2-3ft. the return is only 3/4 drilled and I will probably have it in my living room until my kid gets walking and sticking his fingers into things he shouldn't be (he's 6wks now). I want something that is going to be somewhat quiet, but Andi did say if I go with a 9.5 I probably wouldn't need a powerhead in it. Just looking at all options.

    I did get that Solice LED light from Dave today though.

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    Im in the market for the Same pUMP if anyone has got 2

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