two part and pumps

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    will be purchasing a two part kit from BRS tonight but thought i would ask before i do so. i know i can dose manually every night but i would prefer the set it and forget it method of using dosing pumps. i noticed the kit comes with a recipe for alk, calc, and mag... thats 3 jugs of solution, would i need 3 dosing pumps as well? if so, any recommendation as to which kind of pumps i should get?
     
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    BRS sells dozing pumps as well, I think single and dual pumps, check the website.
     
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    i know, i was going to buy the single dosing pumps but i know the two part comes with alk, cal, and mag... thats 3 things so would i need 3 pumps?
     
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    You would need a double and a single, 3 singles, or if they have one, a triple. That is assuming you want the pumps to dose all 3 parts for you.
     
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