WTB: in-line water pump

smadascott

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I am in the middle of down sizing my aquarium at the moment and i need an in-line pump to run my old system while i set up the new one.

I am looking for a pump that does about 2000 gph but i am open to other options. I want an inline pump not a submersible. Thanks!
 

125G Reefer

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Hell if I know. LF Phosban Reactor. What ya got in mind? Hell, I dont' even know how much to ask for it. Ain't seen one FS in eons.
 

reefstew

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I have a Little Giant mod. # 977446 used $30.00
Custom sealife mod. # 77840 I have 2 of them at $25.00 each
 

areucrazy

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Hell if I know. LF Phosban Reactor. What ya got in mind? Hell, I dont' even know how much to ask for it. Ain't seen one FS in eons.

If Scott wants this one let him have it....BUT....if not.... I have a TLF Phosban reactor sitting in my garage and i will trade you if like :bigeyes:
I am shopping for an external pump this very moment... and it looks like we live on the same side of town. Let me know thx
 

areucrazy

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I have a Little Giant mod. # 977446 used $30.00
Custom sealife mod. # 77840 I have 2 of them at $25.00 each

I guess these are no longer for sale online at the store??? Does this mean if we ever neeeded replacement parts we would be out of luck?? I read that these were VERY quiet! Is this true? I may be interested in both of these. Im in the market for 2 inline pumps just to see if I like it better than the set up I have going on. And for 50 bucks thats not a bad "TRY ME" price. Let me know.... But Scott has 1st dibbs on whatever he wants :wavehand:

*** EDIT***

I did just read that these pumps run really hot. I do not run a chiller so I'm thinking these 2 will not be a good choice for me. My tank is already hitting 82 on almost 100degree day so..... I'm going to keep looking....
 
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smadascott

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I have a Gen-X PCX-70HP
Rated at 1537gph
Max Head 31.8ft

Pm sent about the pump

Those little giant pumps are work horses and can take some abuse! They do run hot though. When I had one, I attached a heatsink on the side of the motor with thermal epoxy and that cooled it a ton! Also, if you feel brave enough, you can change the angle of the fan blades on the back of the motor so it moves more air :)
 

scarin

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I Have 2 Blueline 40 HD-Xs I want to sell. Just bought them in February from AT. Paid $220 a piece for them. I would take $300 for the pair
 

reefstew

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I guess these are no longer for sale online at the store??? Does this mean if we ever neeeded replacement parts we would be out of luck?? I read that these were VERY quiet! Is this true? I may be interested in both of these. Im in the market for 2 inline pumps just to see if I like it better than the set up I have going on. And for 50 bucks thats not a bad "TRY ME" price. Let me know.... But Scott has 1st dibbs on whatever he wants :wavehand:

*** EDIT***

I did just read that these pumps run really hot. I do not run a chiller so I'm thinking these 2 will not be a good choice for me. My tank is already hitting 82 on almost 100degree day so..... I'm going to keep looking....

I am running a Custom Sealife on my 240 reef tank & don't have any problems. They no longer make them but at the price I'm selling it for it's cheaper than parts.
 

125G Reefer

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Pm sent about the pump

Those little giant pumps are work horses and can take some abuse! They do run hot though. When I had one, I attached a heatsink on the side of the motor with thermal epoxy and that cooled it a ton! Also, if you feel brave enough, you can change the angle of the fan blades on the back of the motor so it moves more air :)

Aight man, I'm with ya.
 
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