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Old 09-26-2004, 12:21 AM   #1
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trying to figure out...

I just got three aquaclear 500's at a garage sale along with a green dynaflow 3? I'm going to use one of them on my 50 gal but I'm wondering if there is a way to use the other two to help with the sump/refugium that I want to build. They filter 500 gals an hour. The media chamber is quite large as well. Could I somehow use one of them as an overflow? Could I use the pumps to help with my sump. I have a separate 23 gal tank that I am using for the sump and I can make the head whatever I want as my stand has nothing under it.TIA
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