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Old 02-07-2003, 01:32 PM   #1
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Bulkheads & Fittings

does anyone here know where I can Buy (online) Bulkheads,Fittings, and Skimmer parts and supplies? ya know, aquarium style stuff. I can get a bunch of stuff from usplastics.com and ridoutplastics.com to build the sump , but I want or am thinking of using a built in Skimmer and I am not sure how to attack the top part. I think I'll need some prefab parts for the cone and collection cup, not to mention the guts of it. Thanks, Tim.
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www.marinedepot.com has a wide selection of plumging parts for sumps and wet/dry filters.
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I bought all of my bulkheads here, and they have a very wide selection of plastic fitting.
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