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Old 01-04-2013, 02:15 AM   #11
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Bulkreefsupply.com has the bit for 15 bucks, even cheaper but any diamond coated wholesaw bit is what you are looking for!
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Bulkreefsupply.com has the bit for 15 bucks, even cheaper but any diamond coated wholesaw bit is what you are looking for!
**** i coulda saved 15$ lol
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:19 PM   #13
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Do you need to drill the sump? Is you return pump external? If its not I wouldnt drill it. 10 gals are kinda hard to drill sometimes bc the glass is so thin that the vibrations actually shatter the glass. To see if the 10g sump is big enough decide what u want in it. And we will figure it out
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Do you need to drill the sump? Is you return pump external? If its not I wouldnt drill it. 10 gals are kinda hard to drill sometimes bc the glass is so thin that the vibrations actually shatter the glass. To see if the 10g sump is big enough decide what u want in it. And we will figure it out
He wants 2 10 gallons, and siphon is not a good way to do it
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Do you need to drill the sump? Is you return pump external? If its not I wouldnt drill it. 10 gals are kinda hard to drill sometimes bc the glass is so thin that the vibrations actually shatter the glass. To see if the 10g sump is big enough decide what u want in it. And we will figure it out. Protein skimmrt, heater, carbon reactor etc.
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