NotSpinWheel Posted July 29, 2021 Share Posted July 29, 2021 Hi everyone, I just put together my first ever fish rack. Currently using the Gladiator 77" rack with 1/2" sanded plywood with waterproofing stain. I am looking into setting up 12-ish 20 gallon (might swap a few 10's horizontal on end) on the top 2 racks with two 40 gallon breeders on the bottom. Didn't know if anyone had any advice on air pumps? I see a lot of people using linear air pumps (like Randy and Dean), but considering I only plan on having 1 rack for the foreseeable future (I swung a deal with the wife that I get a back wall of our new house's basement, if we were able to snag one, thus here I am). I'm not sure a linear air pump would make the best financial sense, plus I think I would waste it's potential since I will have to bleed off quite a bit of air, I think. I have used the Co-op's USB air pump to run a 5 gallon and a hang on breeder box, but trying to cut down on carbon foot print and save money by investing in just one/a few air pumps to run the rack as a whole, instead of each tank. Anyone have any recommendations on what they use to run several tanks/their rack? Thanks! 🙂 PS: Ignore the mess, the house is a work in progress and I couldn't wait for everything to be done to start the rack haha Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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