12-27-2010, 07:15 AM
| || |
Originally Posted by antitruster50
You do not need to use the overflows if you have the drilled tank that should take care of your filtration needs. Just make sure you but some PVC adapters and the water will just flow down to the wet/dry filter. What you need to have is a good return pump, the more water you put into the tank the more will come out of the drilled hole on top.
so i just put on a piece of 90 degree PVC facing down and all is good? again i have not used one drilled before LOL i feel like such a noob....
Originally Posted by JerseyBird97
props on the new tank!
can you just use the hole as an overflow? or build a tall overflow (bottom to top) to conseal the top hole and use it as back up. What size is the hole? Is it big enough to handle the flow you're looking for?
same question above and it will certainly handle the flow i want it is 1-1.5inches so i can really get a ton of flow....
as for the pump i am considering what is available in my area again (if i have not said this) the tank is in slow motion and i have lots of time to decide what to do and learn how to make it work the way i want it to...