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54 Gal corner filtration

Discussion in 'Freshwater Equipment, Products, & DIY' started by gspille, Oct 10, 2018.

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    Ya know, I had to "Dremel off" the top trim on my 75g to make a AC 75g fit...years ago...but it still works...
     
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    Ya know, I had to "Dremel off" the top trim on my 75g to make a AC 75g fit...years ago...but it still works...
     
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    I have this same tank "on sale and dirt cheap" I was able to spend a little more on canister filters.
    Also using a penguin 200 HOB as well, I have 2 large sponge filters in the back corner

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    This was initial set up with just on canister and my penguin and 1 sponge filter

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    It has evolved so much from this first pic with no fish

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    The most current pic

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    Yep. I would have had to do that to my Aqueon 75g as well to get AC75s to fit properly. I think I bought this tank new in 2013. The only HOBs that fit it properly are the big guys like AC110, Seachem tidal 110 and the biggest marinelands. I've had a Seachem Tidal 110 on it for about 2yrs. Don't care much for this HOB, but it works and I don't want to buy another. LOL.
     
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    Wow, jcarson, 3 Renas is some serious filtration! What are you using for the trays under them? I have Renas I'm not using now but I'd like trays when I do. Those look like a perfect size.
     
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    They are cupcake trays from the dollar store.. And they do fit perfect.
     
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    Thanks! Cheap is good too!
     

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