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Old 03-13-2018, 10:46 PM
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looks like new pictures it is.
First pic is an overall from the top.
Second one shows the 3 bulkheads drilled through the stock tank. All drilled on the side away from the wall to make fixing any leaks actually possible.
Third pic shows the sump. This is going to be a pain in the butt to clean out because access sucks but o well. I thought about putting wheels under the sump but the ones that are rated for the weight are 4 inches and I only have about 1.5 inches of wiggle room under the drain pipe.
The last picture shows the inside of the old drain that I plugged up and glued so it doesnt leak. Plus I used a thread sealant that im not 100% sure if reef safe, so I figured it would cover that up too.
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120 RR upgrade!
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