To allow more room in the cabinet for fertilizer dosing containers with a 3 position dosing pump setup.Plus the regulator hangs off the co2 tank and I want to avoid bumping into it while removing the canister filter for cleaning.I am sure it isnt a problem, I guess my only question would be WHY?
This is something I skipped but second this. I don't have rig under my stand but it's close to the tank, in some shelving that makes it not stand out. I still have 2 check valves, as well as a bubble counter made out of a check valve. The more the better, especially in this situation. Have a backup in your line, and another back up at home.Sound great to me. Make sure you get a quality brass or stainless steel check valve mounted down on your regulator post body assembly in the basement as there could be several feet of water pressure from your aquarium if it ever starts to siphon down.
http://www.greenleafaquariums.com/co2-resistant-tubing/clear-co2-tubing.htmlsuggestions on where to buy co2 tubing? I have used the Rex Greg. tubing which is thick walled, other options?