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Old 05-05-2014, 05:31 PM   #1
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Has anyone cut the Eshopps filter hose?

I purchased an eshopps filter hose to build my tank with. It is a little over 2' long and I only need about 14" to prevent a drop in my hose. These are premanufactured with 1" slip PVC on each end. Has anyone tried cutting these to make the right size and then gluing a new 1" piece of pvc into the hose?
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