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Old 01-25-2003, 01:20 PM   #31
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Kudos for the poor! Kudos for the poor! oh, whoops no pan handling....

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Old 01-25-2003, 05:11 PM   #32
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LMAO, here's ten...don't go spending it on booze...cause there is thread somewhere here about getting free booze.
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Near as we can figure out, all the bulkhead fittings for the sump are here, but the ones for the tank are not. He had to order the lines that go into each of the overflow boxes, I am hoping that the bulkhead fittings will come with that set.

Also, should we plan some type of shutoff valves? water flow control of some way?
If so, where would be the best place to put them?

Also, I do not see the connection pieces to the pump itself.

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Also, maybe you could entise Casie to come over for a few cold adult beverages in exchange for getting help on your plumbing.

We live 2+ hours away from each other...may even have to offer to cook dinner!
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Your in Louisianna...hmmmm...for a home cooked cajun meal and some cold beer....I might be enticed to come help out!!!
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You know Gabe and I would love to lend a hand. =)

And I do know a place in town that has some nice quality bulkheads if needed. Those shut off valves are cool too. Really, you can make it as simple or as complex as you like. Keep us posted!
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Will do MK. I guess now, all we are waiting on is the word that the parts are in.

I think we will spend tomorrow evening putting liquid nail on all the loose supports.
It may not need it, but I will feel better doing it.

Btw, I picked up two baby pj cardinals for the seahorse tank yesterday. The little yellow seahorse was schooling with them...it was soooo cute!
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I would put shut off valves on any piece of equipment I might want to isolate for maintanance. Pumps, sumps, protien skimmers, even return lines that might siphon.
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