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Unread 08/12/2006, 05:15 PM   #1
CastleRock
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Tunze wavebox?

Any of you out there running a Tunze wavebox?
If so how do you like it? worth the money?
Im playing with the idea of getting one

Doug


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Unread 08/12/2006, 05:42 PM   #2
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Great product from one I have read. There is a downside though. One is size and second is it reduces the life expectancy of a tank due to stress on the seams. But folks who does have them, raves about them.


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Unread 08/14/2006, 09:36 AM   #3
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they are supposed to be used with acrylic from i what i understand to eliminate the seam issue, if I remember, i also understand that they are recommended from 150g+ due to the frequency of the waves it developes


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