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Old 01-15-2005, 12:00 AM   #1
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adding another sump onto my original sump

Hi, if anyone can help me with this...I'm out of sump space and need more room. I am wanting to add another sump but am unsure how to do it. Is acrylic easy to cut?I could attach it directly to my original but would prefer to have along the side wall(about 10 feet away).If anyone could guide me in what size hole to drill...supplies...thanks...
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