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Old 11-06-2011, 09:37 PM   #1
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How to connect 5/8" tubing to 1" fitting?

I am trying to connect an Eheim canister filter to a turbo twist UV sterilizer but am having trouble finding a barb or connector to get the job done. Home Depot had nothing and I am unable to google search it.

Anyone have any ideas/links?

Also, should the UV go before an inline heater or after? I would guess before to keep algae out of the heater.

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