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    • twigs
      coconut water and aloe vera if you want 
    • baked bean
      My 12" fan is 312mm if your ducting is only 300mm there's your problem   But if the fan and filter are the same size then join them with duct tape I used a whole roll when I connected mine up
    • pandanda
      After reading this post it’s making me think about my crappy euro style cheap reflectors I’ve had hanging for a fair while. What do you all reccomend?  Cmh/hps/led or a mixture of all? It’s a 3x3m space 
    • Punk#1
      @ItainteazyE Is it a 10" or a 12" filter? Is the piece of 12" duct going to the filter? If so i would just duct tape the carbon filter directly to the fan, then if you have a fast clamp use it over the duct tape to secure the join