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DIY section

Discussion in 'General (Hobby Related)' started by vvolfe1, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. vvolfe1

    vvolfe1 Inactive User

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    Here is probably the best mod I've done so far.  I have to credit my 6 year old.[​IMG] Also posted in QC tank tour.
    Well I got to say after the tour I have had serious skimmer envy.�[​IMG]So I showed my son a neddle wheel after work today and he said he new where to get one.  Off to Hy-Vee we went.[​IMG]  Here is my new custom mod and helper.[​IMG]  I had to valve it back some it was throwing to much out.  It is producing more micro bubbles and much smaller than my mesh mod.
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    BTW It might be good to have a DIY and or an equipment section.
     
  2. jtesdall

    jtesdall Expert Reefkeeper

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    OK, but what is it? Is that the mod on your sons chin?? Is it a hair brush? Detail's Man. /site/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/_default/emoticons/biggrin.gif
     
  3. covey

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    Shoe polish brush?

    Looks like a good NW.
     
  4. vvolfe1

    vvolfe1 Inactive User

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    It's some brush we got at Hy'vee for cleaning dishes. Ended up cutting the outside two rows of tines out. Then cut out every other tine in each row. Cut off the pump impeller to my Rio2500. Drilled a hole through the brush and mounted with epoxy to the base of impeller. Ended up having to cut the tines down to around 1/4" to fit in the pump.
     

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