Adding reactor but no sump

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I'm wanting go add a reactor for carbon and gfo, to replace my aquaclesr that I just put chemipure elite in, but I have no sump. I was looking at the BRS ones. Could I do this, and not have it look horrible? I figured the pump could just go near where my aquaclear is, and maybe I could find a way to have the return go on the opposite side of the tank (figured maybe my hob skimmer could somewhat hide it).
 
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I'm wanting go add a reactor for carbon and gfo, to replace my aquaclesr that I just put chemipure elite in, but I have no sump. I was looking at the BRS ones. Could I do this, and not have it look horrible? I figured the pump could just go near where my aquaclear is, and maybe I could find a way to have the return go on the opposite side of the tank (figured maybe my hob skimmer could somewhat hide it).
Yep, you can easily do that. Just buy enough tubing to mount it where you like it.
 

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