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How to put the tubing on mi loop?

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I do not like mounting the loop...
This well is currently



I was thinking and there is no way to enter unless all the way I have it mounted, but the tubing are curved and hang so much (I have Durelene now).

Thinking a little, if I upload the reservoir would have to spend just 2 tubing for the cabinet opening ...
Which would come out not all complete and would have to cut them to disarm.



I suggest you?

Forget the pump across down and move the HDD cage to the top ... There is no way to pass the hoses to the pump down.

I leave this in case if anyone wants to take the paint or PS and put things so I get an idea:




Thanks!
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I'd really like to help you. But put together that you have a rather poor English (no need to apoligize) and that I just can't see your pictures, all that makes it difficult for me to even understand the problem or concern.
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