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Old 01-12-2005, 06:43 PM   #11
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Probably a sump would be your best bet. To have that much clearanace to fit your tank, a skimmer would not fit right on 95% of the other tanks on the market.

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Something like this looks like it would firt nicely. It's a Red Sea Berlin Skimmer Classic- Hang On. What do you guys think about this skimmer?

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edit: I just spoke to a representative at bigalsonline and they told me that this skimmer has up to 6 inches of clearance. It looks like this is the only skimmer I have seen on the market that will be usable for my situation. So now my question is if this is a good skimmer? They told me it is rated up to 250 gal and needs a rio2500 pump. TIA

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Old 01-12-2005, 09:19 PM   #13
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IF you set up a sump, you have a lot better options with skimmers than HOB models.

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