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Will the 17mm ADA Lily Pipes fit the 5/8" tubing on my XP1 Filter?

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1.7cm = 0.70 inch = 17mm
5/8 inch = 0.625 inch
3/4 inch = 0.75 inch


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5/8 inch in mm - Google Search

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So the 17mm will be too large for the 5/8".

Hmm.
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sorry brilliant,
I was trying to show which size tube
would go IN a 17mm pipe, and which size
would go AROUND a 17mm pipe.


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I believe for the Lily Pipes they are measuring the outside diameter of the pipe, as they reference the 13mm pipes will fit the 13mm tubing of an Eheim 2213.
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I'm begining to feel doubtful about finding a proper Inflow/Outflow for my 20 gallon. Unless I move my 2213, which has 13mm tubing. Or maybe I can devise a way to narrow the tubing thickness down to 13mm from 5/8inch and at the same time lowering the flow of my Xp1 . . .
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