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Old 06-23-2006, 01:56 PM   #1
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Python Vacuum

Does anyone know where to get one fairly cheaply?

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There was a couple on Aquabid.
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I just ordered mine from PetSmart - the price on the 50 ft was less than even Big Al's !
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This is another option. samething different brand.
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If you look a little further down the page, there's a topic about them that has a link to a DIY one.
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I got mine at good 'ol Walmart, for $25. They may be cheaper now, as I've had mine for almost a year.
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The Lee's brand is definately cheaper than Python and is the same product. We have 1 Python and 1 Lee's brand. One for the tanks upstairs (Lee) and one for the tank downstairs (Python).

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