02-19-2008, 11:59 PM
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Again, I must say that you can get a reverse flow set up without goint it hall of the hassle of building the "finger" system. I think that it would inhibit the dynamiccs of water flow of a good ugf.
My explanation earlier would be the easiest and least expensive way to go. (2) Marineland 1140 power heads(mount equal distance from sidewall and center of the tank) $42.98. (2) reverse flow adaptors with sponge prefilters, $13.58. (1) Perfecto undergravel filter plate, $28.99. Cheese cloth at JoAnn Fabric $1.00. Tube of silicone adhesive, $5.00. (1) Emperor 400 powerfilter, $42.99. Total cost of a basic, well filtered, reverse flow system $134.54. Cost of having this system without the headaches of constructing a plumber's night mare and the assurance that it works, PRICELESS!