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Old 06-13-2018, 12:19 AM
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Default Eshopps L external overflow

Hi all,

Does anyone have experience with the Eshopps L overflow that J&L sells? I'm thinking of adding it to a new build that I am planning, and have some credit to use up at J&L.

The internets favourite seems to be a variety of the synergy reef model, but there are a few good reviews of the Eshopps also.

I always like to hear what people think that have hands on experience with a product before I take the plunge, so if you do, give me a shout and I'd love to hear what you think.

Please and thank you,
Dunc

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I have one on my aquarium and think it is great. The one issue I found was the rear chambers where you would have the red emergency overflow and two overflows for bean animal was tight. You can't just get two 90 degree elbows, glue them and slide them into place. There is not enough room. You need to use the Street elbows which I could not find in Alberta, but got shipped to me from pool supplies Canada. If you use one of the street joint 90 degree elbows with a normal one, it works. Just my two cents. If you get one, I added the like for pool supplies

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