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Old 08-19-2011, 01:47 AM   #11
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Yeah I found the mag 12 at a good price on cl. I couldn't really pass it up. I am thinking it will at least get my by until I get the rest of my equipment. One good thing on craigslist is that you can resell items at the same price you bought it. I believe the pump has 3/4" out would I be better off running 1 1/2" and just getting the adapter even know I have a 1" bulkhead or would I be better off running 1" the whole way?
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The flexible PVC is called Spa-flex. You can get it at Home Depot or Lowes. I have my sump, a 55g, in the basemnent and use an Iwaki MD 55RLT pump.

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