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Old 12-16-2012, 05:11 PM   #21
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Mt DT over flows into the fist tank witch is the seahorse tank it has 2 baffles fists chamber is a sock filter with a homemade sock holder made out of a 4" PVC y adapter then the second chamber is the seahorse side with a 1" overflow in the top right corner that over flows into my second sump where there are 3 chambers for my heaters skimmer phosban reactor and return pump here's some pics

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