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Old 12-05-2012, 11:36 PM   #31 
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I think a python is a bit big for a 5 gal tank. It's even on the large side for my 10 gal tanks, so I have to remove the gravel vac (that part that screws on to the end) and just use the hose to remove water.
Hmm... Well is it compatible with other gravel vacs?
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Old 12-06-2012, 04:52 PM   #32 
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If the gravel vac has the ability to screw into the python hose, then I can imagine it would.... Hmm... you're giving me ideas to see if I can make a smaller attachment for my python. It might help out with the algae problem in the 10 gals....

Neat fact about the python is that it can screw into a garden hose. The eastern US has been in a drought situation now for a few months. Since I remove about 60 gallons of water from my tanks each week, when we haven't had any rain I screw the python hose into a garden hose and stick it out the widow. Our lawn is one of the greenest in the neighborhood!
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Old 12-06-2012, 04:55 PM   #33 
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nothing like fertilizer rich poo water to make the posies grow. me too. sure saves on the water bill.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:45 PM   #34 
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If the gravel vac has the ability to screw into the python hose, then I can imagine it would.... Hmm... you're giving me ideas to see if I can make a smaller attachment for my python. It might help out with the algae problem in the 10 gals....

Neat fact about the python is that it can screw into a garden hose. The eastern US has been in a drought situation now for a few months. Since I remove about 60 gallons of water from my tanks each week, when we haven't had any rain I screw the python hose into a garden hose and stick it out the widow. Our lawn is one of the greenest in the neighborhood!
Nice!
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