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Old 05-20-2012, 07:56 PM   #31
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Old 05-20-2012, 08:33 PM   #33
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Nice. Looks like its going to be fun. Just a couple of weeks until you start?
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Old 05-20-2012, 08:43 PM   #34
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Nice. Looks like its going to be fun. Just a couple of weeks until you start?
Yeah. After the 1st... Gotta get the other piping, new pump (1800 gph) and new sump. The new sump will be able to handle all that and then some. Also, how much sand should I get? 2 40lb bags?
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Sweet...Congrats ..Are you going to leave it painted blue?

I think 100 pounds of sand would be just right..
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Wow only 100 lbs . I used over 300 lol. Guess I used too much
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Sweet...Congrats ..Are you going to leave it painted blue?

I think 100 pounds of sand would be just right..
Haha i used 80lbs for my 66...ive got a 3" sandbed
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Wow only 100 lbs . I used over 300 lol. Guess I used too much
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Haha i used 80lbs for my 66...ive got a 3" sandbed
Well guys ,,i have 120 in mine ,makes about a 1.5 inch bed ...
Sounds like honda is running a DBS then...
Gboy is in between shallow and deep.
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