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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Looking to buy used before I resort to retail.

    What I am searching for:

    8 X Danger Den Fat Boy 1/2", G-1/4 thread, Barbs.

    Up to 10 foot of 3/8" or possibly 1/2" white tubing.

    2 X 45 degree Bits Power Rotary fittings.

    POM 80 or similarly sized reservoir.

    Feel free to shoot me a PM with prices:D
     
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    I don't know how big that reservoir is, but I have a Swiftech MircoRES I'll give you for $15 shipped.
     
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    Thanks, had one and I sold it, wont work quite the way Im hoping I can get the POM 80 to do. Thanks for the offer though:toast:
     
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    Oh, okay, I need to get mine put up and sold then..
     
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    would an ek100 work?

    will be parting it out really soon
     
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    really depends on height. Can you measure it up for me top to bottom w/o barbs or fittings please? Final resting spot is 7" tall ;)
     
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    sure thing, just need to find my ruler lol

    its basically smaller then a 120 fan

    This without the pump top
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    is it multi option or just out the bottom and side? For the barbs that is?
     
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    it has 1 inlet at the top

    2 on the bottom side cap

    1 at the bottom

    Its also comes with an extra bottom cap and an anti-cyclone insert
     
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    sounds like a contender...get out that ruler;) I think its closer to 6" tall...may be tight once I do what is needed inside. Is there two versions of an EK100? will this fit my 655 pump top?
     
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    It's 100mm tall, as far as I know. EK uses the measurement as the number in the name.
     
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    oh snap, I figured it was CC's of liquid or something. Would that measurement include the caps, or is it the length of the tube in between?

    Sorry I sound so clueless, but even after researching such things I get two different answers, seems no one can agree:(
     
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    still looking, no confirmations on anything yet:(
     
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    How fast are you needing these barbs?
     
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    Asap :)
     
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    Nope, can't help you that fast :(
     
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    yeah I need it to get my blocks running, and I wanted to be under water Friday at the latest.
     

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