Originally Posted by Evilgrin
Have you considered building a DIY Overflow system it would save you from having to drill your tank, and has the added benefit of not having to worry about it siphoning your tank since it will only remove a pre set amount of water based on the height of the intake tube. Total cost should be around 20$ + or - I'm considering this for my tank as the way to go since money is tight.
HOW TO: DIY Overflow - YouTube
I actually picked up a tank 72G bowfront that is already drilled.. Came with sump return pump, trays, stand, canopy.. Pretty much everything except lights, heater & media.. But when I get everything I need for that one.. & get it cycled, & figure out what im doing with my current tank, I'll be moving my fish in it, & hopefully making another Cichlid tank of some sort.. But I'll have to decide on filtration.. Since I was given a frontosa, I thought about looking into getting a second one, & making it a breeding tank But I know they get huge, & not 100% sure if thats even possible..