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Old 10-03-2013, 02:57 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Tkey3425 View Post
Most tanks have a tempered glass bottom but not the sides. You can drill any glass that is not tempered. You can run any overflow with a hole drilled in the side glass. It's pretty easy. I drilled my 210 and it has 1/2" glass. Also drilled a 40B which was much faster and less scary since it was only 40 bucks lol
Did you go with the bean animal overflow? My next big tank I'm going with it!

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Old 10-03-2013, 06:09 PM   #12
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I haven't got a tank yet. Over heard a Guy at work today talking about a tank wanting to get rid of it. I asked him about it he said its a bow front. I asked if it was reef ready and he had no clue what I was taking about LOL. But long story short its not so I would have to dill it myself. And he said he would just give it to me tank and stand but he has no clue what size it is. I don't want anything under 55. Hopefully it is or bigger then that would be a perfect score for me. More money for other stuff.

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