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Old 03-17-2014, 11:48 PM   #1
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Building the refugium

I have a 72 gal bowfront that I have been getting pieces of each week. It's time to make my refugium. I was planning on making my old 20 gal freshwater tank the refugium and putting plexiglass dividers to make chambers in it. The 20 gal looks like its the biggest size my stand can fit under. Anyone have any tips on making the refugium and also the overflow pipes? I was thinking just regular PVC piping would work and drill some holes in it to control the flow? Comments/advice is all appreciated. Thank you!
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