hob overflow

  1. Nate_Krohn

    DIY overflow help

    I have a 29 gallon reef tank already set up with HOB equipment that I would like to add a sump to. I can’t bring myself to spend over $100 on an hob overflow box so I thought I could make one out of pvc. Has anyone else done this? If you could share some tips with me that’d be great. Thanks!
  2. Mical

    Minnesota Lifereef Nano Overflow $65

    Lifereef Nano overflow - $65 shipped cont US Perfect for small reef or fish aquariums and BioCubes, any nano tank. Flow rate up to 400 gph (and anything in-between 0 and 400 gph) In other words it will flow whatever gph you give it up to its maximum rate. Outer box: 5" x 3 1/8" x 9" high...
  3. Jeremy K.A.

    Safest HOB Overflow

    Hey R2R members I'm going to set up a 40 gallon breeder tank for frogfish and have a few other tanks, none of which have sumps etc, that being said I'd really like to do this one "right". I'd prefer not to drill the tank, and would rather use a HOB overflow, but have heard of them being a key...
  4. K

    BRSTV Investigates - New Topic Idea

    Hey guys, I follow the team on a lot of different outlets, R2R, Youtube, Instragram, etc. I noticed a post on Instagram from you guys on May 12th showing someone drilling a tank after its already been setup and running. https://www.instagram.com/p/BUATRvqD-SO/ It would be great to see how you...
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