View Full Version : Drilling tanks in the area?
07/25/2006, 04:24 PM
I have a 55g that I would like 2 1" bulkheads put in it.....
Any suggestions on where to go, and anybody have an idea on how much this will cost?
Also, anybody have a used sump out there that they are looking to get rid of for cheap?
07/25/2006, 05:34 PM
I believe both Elmer's and All Oddball Aquatic drill tanks, but I would call either to be sure first.
Seahorse ( route 8 in gibsonia) drills as well.
07/26/2006, 06:10 PM
Had a hole drilled at All Oddball a few weeks ago.
07/27/2006, 07:36 PM
Unfortunatly a 55gal Perfecto tank is made with tempered glass for the sides. Your only option is to run an external overflow. If you have an All-Glass Aquarium the sides are not Tempered but the bottom is. I'm not sure about Oceanic tanks, but usually they are not tempered. Just to throw this out, We drill tanks as well. Hope this helps
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07/27/2006, 07:48 PM
Yep, First make sure your tank is drillable,if you try to drill tempered glass it will shatter into a million pieces.Not too many people know that,not even pros.good luck
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