Which overflow box

Discussion in 'Lighting, Filtration & Other Equipment' started by ibefishy, Dec 29, 2007.

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    ibefishy

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    Due to the fact that my diy overflow box I was making is not working out quite like I had planned I may try a hob overflow. Can anyone recomend an hob overflow that works really well and will work with the clear for life acrylic tank. My tank is 65 gallons and I was planning on at least a 40 gallon sump/refuge set up.

    thanks

    Nate
     
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    Lifereef makes the best overflow box.Jeff at Lifereef makes them to fit any kind of tank rim.

    Scroll down to the prefilter boxes......Lifereef Filter Systems
     
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    Thanks for the reply. I was talikg to Jeff today as a matter of fact and should have my overflow box in a few days. I put this post up and then started doing some intensive internet research and came across the lifereef website and was very impressed. They have got some really nice stuff.
     
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    I have a sump,fuge and skimmer made from them.Jeff really makes high quality stuff.All the forums I visit recommends Lifereef pre filter boxes because of quality and they don't lose siphon nor slows down.
     
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