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Old 12-22-2008
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gonna make my own sump out of an old tank
i understand the principle just wondering if anyone has any pics of any for ideas
thanks for your help in advance
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any one?
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I got the same plan, but will not be using an old tank, will be making it from scratch from several panes of glass. Come on you expects, give us some ideas.
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Here's what I did with mine. Much faster and easier than the glass panels and such.

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+1 on using the plastic organizers!

having drawers for media is so much more organized!
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that's a great idea! i've seen some setups using the organizer trays.
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Here's what I did with mine. Much faster and easier than the glass panels and such.

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I did that same thing, but the only issue with these is that they leak from the overflow on the sides. For my new setup, I am thinking about using the large organizers from Walmart or using a 5 galon bucket with a lid.

What do you guys think, I can use either.

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even some that you got from the shop would be good
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