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    Pics of yesterdays installations.

    Need to make a cover for the shower and insulate the pipework...excuse the mess on the floor in pic 2 have not had chance to clear up yet.


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    Looking good Steve, I bet it was fun getting that pipework in behind the pond in such a tight space! Hopefully behind so close to the fence, the bakki shower noise 'pollution' will not be too bad on that side for your neighbour so they won't be moaning

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    Looks a good job mate,

    everything is always a squeeze with pond pipework...
    reckon i need a pump house bigger than the pond lol
    bring back the old big multibays and one pump...

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    Quote Originally Posted by davethefish1 View Post
    Looks a good job mate,

    everything is always a squeeze with pond pipework...
    reckon i need a pump house bigger than the pond lol
    bring back the old big multibays and one pump...
    Yeah right I'll get you up in feb clean the multibay out then see what you say lol Pics of yesterdays installations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajm View Post
    Yeah right I'll get you up in feb clean the multibay out then see what you say lol Pics of yesterdays installations.

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    if i had the room i'd have gone for a big ol' multibay...
    4 separate chambers 2mtr x 2mtr each full of aerated jap mat...after a big ol' drum lol!

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    Very tidy mate, liking the labelling on the controllers

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