Originally Posted by King Fisher
I'm thinking it's nearly impossible to go down in size enough to fit add ons with that big of ribbed hose without it leaking. I would be more tempted to buy a little smaller clear tubing and scrap the entire hose. It's a smaller connection at the canister. Id go a size smaller than that, heat the end of the clear tubing and cram it over the connector at the canister. The clear tubing is much easier to add a splice in the line to go smaller. If you are worried about the stress on the motor in the canister just turned the flow down a bit. It's adjustable.
I have heard of people ditching the included tubing and going for vinyl. Only problem is they cant bend over the rim and into the tank very easily without kinking. People have done DIY with pvc
pipe but that would look really tacky i would think. Either way, i dont know of a co2
diffuser that is big enough to go in a 1" line. The largest i have seen on the market is for standard 5/8". An inline diffuser to help grt CO2
more spread out is really all im wanting. An inline heater would just be a bonus.
Any idea on what i can do if an inline diffuser isnt an option? Im not a fan of doing it the old fasion way with a normal disc diffuser cause those dont get spread around much.