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Old 05-11-2011, 02:48 PM   #1
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DIY carbon filter

working from home today and was trying to see how i could run some carbon in my tank the best way without buying more equipment or mixing it with my phosban so this is what i came up with just used the output from my reactor down into this bottle i cut the top off of with a filter sock in the bottle(a couple holes in the bottom of the bottle) filled with carbon so it runs through it because it works best when its passed through so ive heard and not just around the carbon, yes my boredum got the best of me lol

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