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Old 11-20-2012, 11:40 AM   #1
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Biocube 14 media rack

My media rack just came in and I've slowly been taking out the bio balls. Does anyone have any pointers on installation? I'm pretty sure I have to take out the false floor in chamber 2 and widen the wall between 1&2. I'm planning on running floss, purigen, and Cpe. I'm excited about the results and am planning on converting this weekend. I'm also looking for a pump upgrade in chamber3. I would like it to fit in chamber 3 with existing stock plumbing with a little trimming if possible. Thanks
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