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eelpout
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Posted Mon Dec 10, 2012, 5:34pm
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__________ Said:

Ummm,  doesn't it have just a removable drip tray rather than being plumbed out ?  Removable trays and plumb-out don't normally go together.

Perhaps I missed that option, but worth a check I think as that was (sensibly in this case  ;o) one of your must haves.

Posted December 10, 2012 link

It actually does have a hole and included hose for the drain, somewhere I saw a pic of it... oh yeah, here it is. A pic of the water connection, drain hose [and fire hazard] below. Referenced from this page. And if you look at the top pic of the Bric there, you can see the braided line & drain hose at the back.

(1st Line doesn't have a pic of the hoses on their site)

Again, it's quite complete for the money. 1st Line is actually having a great price on it currently, which makes it hard to ignore.

Too bad it looks like there should be feed grain stored in it. I know... that's harsh. :)

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Posted Tue Dec 11, 2012, 2:22am
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Good.  It is a very good price I guess - sounds like a good option provided you can handle the design aesthetic and it has a high enough W.A.F..
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