#454: Fry Rack Plumbing Fixed – DIY Wednesday

Last week we had two problems, not enough back pressure and 1/4 lines that were clogging up and slowing down. We’ve fixed that this week and I love how it turned out, much more professional looking. Happy all around!

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ItsAlleged says:

With those outlet tubes under the water level so far I would be worried about all the water siphoning out if the pump went off. Looks great!

The Fish Closet says:

syringe with airline tubing attached would help if u don’t want to move the box

KylesWildWorld says:

awesome looks great! i like the look of the pvc and valves more anyways. thanks for sharing this build!

Ruben says:

I notice the K1 Media is not all moving.

Kevin's Fish Room says:

Also with your turkey baster problem. What I do with mine for moving fry and eggs is put a piece of airline in it (fits perfect)


def a great idea… nice work!

Bob Hicks says:



cool I knew u would fix it great job

Steve Poland Cichlids says:

Looks great man! Glad you were able to work it out.

William Nolan says:

Very nice. Glad you got the puzzle solved

Tanuja Mondkar says:

Its good that you solved the problem but I have a suggestion for you instead of turkey baster you could use a injection type suction device working on vacuum creation.

Kevin's Fish Room says:

I love this setup and thinking about doing something similar myself only using storage containers instead to save some money

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