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  1. #11
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    I agree with you 100% Johnny and I also would not run a tank with out a sump for the reasons you stated. Not to mention that I HATE seeing the equipment in the tank. This is why I suggested that the tank be drilled and capped for easy conversion in the future. Sump less can however be done if that is what the user wants to do.
    Rob

  2. #12
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    I have been running my tank sumpless for 3 months. I loved the look of all the "HI-TEC" equipment I had hanging off the sides. I just finished hooking up my sump late lastnight and let me tell you it's like a whole new setup
    I was also able to drop two power heads. Motion has increased ten fold with the input lines. Drill the tank

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