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Old 02-28-2015, 07:17 PM   #1
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Inline Reactor for 1" ID

Does anyone here run an inline reactor on an fx5 or other 1" ID hose?

I'm looking for one and everything I find seems to be for 5/8" at the most. I know I can use reducers but would prefer not to.

Also, anyone know of a bubble counter that I can screw directly onto the Aquatek regulator?


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