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Old 12-25-2013, 09:19 PM   #31
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That skimmer will work up to 396 gal?
Not quite. The manufacturers ratings on most skimmers are a bit loose. I would say a 150 gallon tank would be ok...
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Yea I actually have a 20 long that I'm gunna use. So I need 4 10" glass partitions right and I know I have to put one like 2" from the bottom and one at the bottom about 2"? Apart? Not sure
You only need 3. 1 between the intake and refugium, one after the refugium, and one about an inch away and an inch up after that.
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You only need 3. 1 between the intake and refugium, one after the refugium, and one about an inch away and an inch up after that.

Ok thanks for the info much appreciated.
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Old 12-27-2013, 01:29 PM   #34
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So I decided I'm not gunna do a refugium yet in this 20 long I'm gunna build a tank for it. This is what I have so far done.
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Old 12-27-2013, 01:31 PM   #35
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I got my over built and painted and also painted the back of the tank. Waiting on the materials so I can have my woodworking friend build a nice stand for it for me haha
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Drill that tank! Don't use a HOB siphon overflow.
Drilling GH
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Drill that tank! Don't use a HOB siphon overflow.
Drilling GH

Hahah you keep saying that. I just don't wanna break it...I'll ask the LFS if they do it and I'll take it to them
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Drill that tank! Don't use a HOB siphon overflow.
Drilling GH

I've been looking up a bunch of videos it does really seem that hard they are some pretty thick piece of glass so I should be good...I hope...
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Where should I drill the holes at in the tank then? I know I've seen two and one so I'm not sure?
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Old 12-28-2013, 01:51 AM   #40
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I would not use a HOB overflow. Just drill the tank. It's super easy. Like said on the previous page, buy a glass holes overflow kit.
Overflow Box 1500 GPH
They come wit the bit and everything you need.
Definitely gunna go with this. It's perfect.
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