02-25-2013, 11:02 AM
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Originally Posted by ladayen
We do not use a sump we use mostly canister filters in our freshwater tanks. We filter with those and live plants. We have ran Freshwater tanks for a few years now (up to 13 at once at one point in time slowly upgrading to larger tanks) but we are so new to salt it is a huge change.
Is there something I look for to see if it's drilled?
Is there anything you suggest I do?
I am sorry, I read your other post as if the eighty you have now is
drilled. You would know if it is: one or two overflows in the corner or center of rear of tank and a hole in the bottom.
You can drill a tank yourself: Glass Holes
to set it up for a sump, or use an overflow siphon: CPR Aquatics
I have never drilled a tank myself, but I have drilled glass. Take your time. I have used the CPR CS90 and felt secure because of the auto-start feature that it has.