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Old 06-06-2005, 04:58 PM   #21
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I have a 20,000 gallon inground pool but stupid me went and bought a aquarium.
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Hey Brenden - You can always use your 525g as a sump or refugium when you convert your pool to SW.

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Good idea.. Any suggestions for a skimmer?
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30 Euro Reef skimmers. The industrial ones. Maybe you could have one specially made?
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For the 20,000 SW pool, or your 525g tank? 8O

I would look at one of these. You know what they say..don't skimp on the skimmer. It is one of the best investments you can make for a healthier tank.

http://www.superskimmer.com/Large%20ETSS.htm

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I already bought a AquaC EV1000 for the 525 gal. Now I need a deal on 100,000 watts of MH lights to finish the pool.
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You would need your own independent transformer! 8O I would hate to pay that electric bill when it comes in.

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You can always dig an underground viewing area and charge an entrance fee for your masterpiece. Or you could just spend the money on a yacht and live on the ocean.
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