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    Bflynn

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    I am not sure if this link is ok? Forum rules?
     
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    wooden airstone yes.

    old school, but they did work.
     
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    This is one of the old ones, still in working order.Back in the day they were great.[​IMG]
     
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    Out dated yeah maybe but still an awesome backup...
     
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    out dated how?

    The functioning principal is the same. The only difference is the air delivery method.

    Its like saying a car from 20 years ago is outdated....
    [​IMG]

    Yes skimmers have improved to be more efficient but the old stuff can still work.

    :tt2:
     
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    Bit off topic but has anyone ever seen one of those handheld milk frother things? I can't help but wonder why some skimmers, or new age/top end skimmers aren't using something along those line in the chamber to mix the air and protein. Am I the only one thinking this?
     
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    this car is a bit more than 20 years ago
    Mustang GT 500 1967
    [​IMG]
    But I will take it anyday.

    But in reality, little 2014 VW Polo GTI outperforms this old timer.
    (but I would drive that 67 down the road with the biggest smile on my face ever)
     
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    But the polo gti costs less than the mustang gt500 & doesn't sound as awesome...
     
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    mustang new in the day... $2,500
    Golf GTI today $31 000.....
    even today a 1967 mustang will cost about $22000
     
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    a golf std no extras R384 000
     
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    We not in America Steven...
     
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    Nice mustang. Not my idea of a skimmer, but i have one on my grow out and i am forced to use it at this stage.
     
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