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    A portable DIY air supply for transport

    Needed something to keep air to the fish when we take them places so Craig built this with some left over parts and a tool box from Big Lots.

    It runs off batteries or can be switched to the cigarette lighter in the vehicle.

    I was impressed. I'm sure he'll share details if anyone is interested.
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    Also great if the electric goes off.
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    We also have little caps to cap off the lines if we are just using one air stone.

    Thank you. Now when we transport babies or take our koi to visit, they ride in style.
    Last edited by wcstory; 05-01-2005 at 05:23 PM. Reason: Trimmed thread for archive reference - Nice work Craig!

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