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I've been running a water test on my new build for close to a week now (waiting for the last few parts for some cables) and have been noticing the vibration from my 2 pumps. In the beginning I didn't really think of the fact that I wasn't using ordinary tubes anymore and that acrylic tubes are in fact transferring the vibration. 90% of the vibration stops after the filter, which is fastened to the cabinet, but from pump 1 to 2 via the flow meter to the filter there is a noticable vibration. My question is then, should I just drop the vibration dampners I have between the pumps and the chasis? Or is there some sort of dampner you can connect to the acrylic tube where it connects to the pump?
 
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