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    LF a Return Nozzle

    Broke the 1" return with the flat adjusting flow nozzle. Can't find a LFS that stocks them or anywhere on line for that matter. I have a couple of smaller ones but need the 1". Can anyone help?

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    Is it the LocLine nozzle? or some other.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson View Post
    Broke the 1" return with the flat adjusting flow nozzle. Can't find a LFS that stocks them or anywhere on line for that matter. I have a couple of smaller ones but need the 1". Can anyone help?

    Thanks
    Nelson
    180g with 2 x 54g corner bowfront bookends. 220 FOWLR in the works, 75g sump, 75g fuge, 75g QT.
    Solaris I4 72", 2 x 150 HQI Outer Orbit Pendants, Reeflo Orca 250, Profilux controller, Tunze 6101's and 6055's, Deltec CA Rx, PM Kalk Mixer, PM SR45 reactors.

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    Our sponsor BMI or BWI carries loc-line type lines.

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
    planning next tank, possibly 60x30x20 on 2x plasma.
    updated: 2011/05/30

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    Ya beat me to the draw. :b5: I was going to suggest BWI if he was looking for Locline.

    Quote Originally Posted by liv View Post
    Our sponsor BMI or BWI carries loc-line type lines.
    180g with 2 x 54g corner bowfront bookends. 220 FOWLR in the works, 75g sump, 75g fuge, 75g QT.
    Solaris I4 72", 2 x 150 HQI Outer Orbit Pendants, Reeflo Orca 250, Profilux controller, Tunze 6101's and 6055's, Deltec CA Rx, PM Kalk Mixer, PM SR45 reactors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv View Post
    Our sponsor BMI or BWI carries loc-line type lines.
    BWI sells various Loc-Line connectors etc. but not the entire unit unfortunately.

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    Bummer. Not sure where else to try. Redbelly may be able to order something for you. I suggest giving him a PM, if you have not already.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson View Post
    BWI sells various Loc-Line connectors etc. but not the entire unit unfortunately.
    180g with 2 x 54g corner bowfront bookends. 220 FOWLR in the works, 75g sump, 75g fuge, 75g QT.
    Solaris I4 72", 2 x 150 HQI Outer Orbit Pendants, Reeflo Orca 250, Profilux controller, Tunze 6101's and 6055's, Deltec CA Rx, PM Kalk Mixer, PM SR45 reactors.

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    Maybe MOPS.
    58 gallon display, 20 gallon sump, Octopus Recirc 110, Mag9 return. Nova Extreme lighting.
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    24 gallon AquaPod, 24lbs live rock.
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    12 gallon AquaPod, 12lbs live rock, lots of mushrooms.

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    not sure i understand the "not the entire unit" ?
    BWI sells i think all the parts that make a loc-line.. the screw ends, the middle"extension" pieces as well as nozzles of different shapes and sizes.

    could you post a pic of whats broken

    moving.. so temporarily out of SW :b8:
    planning next tank, possibly 60x30x20 on 2x plasma.
    updated: 2011/05/30

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv View Post
    not sure i understand the "not the entire unit" ?
    BWI sells i think all the parts that make a loc-line.. the screw ends, the middle"extension" pieces as well as nozzles of different shapes and sizes.

    could you post a pic of whats broken
    The parts they carry seem to be limited and not sufficient to assemble an entire unit.

    http://www.shopbwirrigation.com/inde...wCat&Submit=Go

    The broken part is at the end where the hose is attached. The clamp was over-torqued and crushed (not by me!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by emahoney View Post
    Maybe MOPS.
    Thanks, found it at MOPS.

    http://www.mops.ca/cgi-bin/SoftCart....815+1220362220

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