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Old 03-03-2014, 03:32 PM   #11
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Yes that would work. I would go for a 55g incase of a power outage so your house doesn't flood
How do u mean??
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How do u mean??
Well yeah, with sumps, in case of a power outage the sump will fill up and over flow from your main tank
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I see. So your saying the 55 would just take more time for that to happen?
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I see. So your saying the 55 would just take more time for that to happen?
Yes and no. There are a few things that need answered first.

Is your tank gonna be drilled and have an over flow or is it gonna be gravity fed to the sump?
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Drilled with over flo.
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Then you have ways around a power outage flood. It takes a bit of tinkering but ill help you when you get to that point!!!
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