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Old August 14th 09, 03:24 PM
mossrisjhons mossrisjhons is offline
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I've got a small pond.. Approx 300-400 gallon total (i don’t know exactly) its in two pieces a smaller upper portion that flows into a lower section....

I'm looking for a pump.... so my question is what kind/brand are people using? What’s reliable and which kinds to avoid?

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Old January 28th 11, 05:11 PM
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Pond pumps are really essential for maintaining water level in the pond. Pond pumps maintains the pressure in the ponds so that fishes do not get harmed due to the water level or pressure. This is a good type of pond pump house.
 




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