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Old 10-04-2010, 12:10 AM   #1
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Herbie Overflow

Just a quick question. About to setup my new 90 gallon Aqueon drilled tank that has a 1" bulkhead and a 3/4" bulkhead. Planning on doing a herbie style and was wondering if the 3/4" drain would be sufficient enough for the back up drain?

Originally wanted to go with a perfecto tank because they have two 1" drains but I got a great deal on this Aqueon. Hope I dont regret it

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