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  1. Hey was just wondering if I could set up a canister to run of a weir instead of using the standard pipes? Has anyone done this and had it work well
  2. Whats the best way to hid the weir? I was told I should get some black acrylic and silcone on. Is there any other way?
  3. Just wondering if there are any advantages of having a weir in the end of the tank rather than just having bulkheads ??
  4. Hi all, I am looking for opinions on how I should setup my new 4ft tank. I am including a sump and a holding tank that will be under the stand with the water running from the 4ft, to the holding tank followed by the sump and returned back to the 4ft. The tank is going to initially be used for african fry (about 1cm - 6cm) and I plan on making it a planted tank with neons and discus in the near future once the african fry have been sold. I have been pondering using a weir as I have read there are tons of advantages to using them, however I am worried that I will come across issues with the plants and smaller fish such as neons gettings sucked into the weir. I am really keen to do a weir but I want to make sure I am not going to cause myself more trouble then just using 2 large bulkheads. Any advise would be appreciated. Thanks, Regards Ryan
  5. Im setting up my 5ftr for Africans with a durso & sump and wanted to know how effective weirs r with mechanical filtration? thanks steve
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