Zoraidag Posted January 10 Share Posted January 10 Hi everyone. Diving back into the hobby again after 5 years of being tankless. The answers to my question may determine whether I proceed with the 65g I'm planning. So I was originally going to set up a 20g long, but since I have a 65g stored in my garage (bought used but never set up a few years back, already leak tested). The reason I wasn't going to go with the 65g originally is because it's drilled with 2 2" holes on each upper corner and I don't want a sump. After doing much, much research on 50g+ sumpless tanks (never had one in my previous 40g), I decided to go for it with the 65g. This is where my question comes in. If I cover and seal the holes with 1/4" think pieces of glass on the inside, will this be ok to use, like the integrity of the tank won't be compromised and the presser won't cause a breakage? From the looks of it, the holes and overflow boxes were custom made, the OF boxes are easily removable. Thank you all in advance, REALLY appreciate your advice. 🙂 Quote Link to comment
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