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mr_meoffiii

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Kent, Wa
It is time to replace the return pump on my 100gal reef. I have been using a Little Giant for the last few years. Havent had to may problem but is starting to get noisy. Does anyone have a recommendation, or keep going with what I've got?
 
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les

DIY Freak
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Apr 11, 2004
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Kennewick WA
I prefer the Dolphin pumps but others prefer the Sequence. Both are direct drive units and both have great reputations.
 

les

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Not every person in the hobby thinks that Sequence is the pump of choice or the only thing to use. That being said, I have no problem with them whatsoever.
 

ROWAUSA

Sales Guy
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CA
Sequence is an up and coming star with their new expanded line of aquarium pumps. I know of several in operation and the owners love them. I also know of Iwaki pumps that have been running for 12 years.
 

wes

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Renton Wa
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One-off the longest lasting pumps out there is the iwaki. Dolphin pumps are a good pump but overtime they tend to start to leak , although this usually takes years. Iwaki pumps are the ones that I would recommend if you want a long-term pump.
 
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