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    Thread: Drilling a glass tank

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      Drilling a glass tank

      I was looking at some of the older diy threads and I was wondering if anyone knew if ratkiller still helped out drilling glass tanks for people? Thanks

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      I drill tanks.

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      Cool I have a 125 glass tank I would like drilled how much would you charge to do that for me lotsafishies? Thanks for the reply

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      Do you also do overflow boxes? This is going to be my first tank drilled and I’m not sure about all the proper things to do I’ve always had a overflow box but hated it. I moved and am setting up the tank again and want to do it right

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      Sorry for the slow reply!

      $75 for the first hole, five dollars per additional hole after that.

      Yes, I can certainly install overflow boxes… There are a number of them available online which you can purchase (Amazon, Glass-Holes.com) which I can then drill & install.

      - Chris H. LotsaFishies Inc.
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      Hey Chris hope all is going well in Tennessee. I had a question do you know any one here in California that drill tanks and put in a over flow box in. I'm getting a tank from my daughter thsnks

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      Quote Originally Posted by susaneckert View Post
      Hey Chris hope all is going well in Tennessee. I had a question do you know any one here in California that drill tanks and put in a over flow box in. I'm getting a tank from my daughter thsnks
      Wow lucky I happened to see this!

      Thank you - absolutely loving Nashville.

      Hmm.. Dave at Aquatica might?

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