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Old 05-14-2017, 08:49 AM   #11
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very nice...but the sump seems a little cramped...maybe its just me and my claustrophobia
The vertex sumps are tight. Everything is fitted. This is not a sump that allows you to add anything wildly nilly or frankenstein into it. However there is no need to either. Everything has a place. However there is no spot for a fuge, or a place to hold a fish trap. This thing is purely a sump.
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Awesome build! I hope to see more of it on GTAA! Very nice work.
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Old 05-18-2017, 12:53 PM   #13
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Umm, wow. Insane!
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Old 05-19-2017, 07:30 AM   #14
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The vertex sumps are tight. Everything is fitted. This is not a sump that allows you to add anything wildly nilly or frankenstein into it. However there is no need to either. Everything has a place. However there is no spot for a fuge, or a place to hold a fish trap. This thing is purely a sump.
true...however even our sumps we like to clean the detritus and stuff out of,how about if one of those little silly fishes get down there..lol...if you like to use a filter sock...it seems like a bit of trouble or taking the reactor or skimmer out to service/clean...as i said its a nice setup but my preference would be a longer sump...seems to have ample room in the stand.
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it seems to be for a pretty big tank ...what happens when the return pump shuts off u have to make sure the nozzles in the tank are not going to return much water to the sump.. since i notice the baffles in the sump are about half way up the sump so its running high already.i just like seeing all my equipment displayed...lol
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Crazy build already.

question, where did you buy the mixing tank in the first pic?
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