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Old 03-24-2015, 07:59 PM   #1
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Help with drilling and plumbing

Looking to drill my 65G acrylic tank on the upper back left and right. I want to keep the holes as far apart as I can. How far from the top am I looking to drill? I would like to keep the water level as high as i can since this is a semi closed top. Would having the elbow from drain a inch from the top be to high? Looks like the center of bulkhead would be 3-4" from the top.
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