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ISO Frag tank and ideas

Discussion in 'Frag Tanks and QT Tanks' started by jessiespense, Jul 7, 2016.

  1. jessiespense

    jessiespense Registered Guest

    I've finally reached the point that coral frags are starting to take over my main display. I'm not liking the look and neat some help ASAP. I've been fortunate enough to have people buying my frags so I have a small pool of monies set aside for the project. I'm thinking a 40 gallon breeder may do the trick, I don't want it plumbed to the main tank so it can be used as a possible quarantine if new fish are purchased. I'd like to drill the tank to go to a sump but I'm not sure it's necessary. From my limited experience I feel the sump is necessary for equipment and added water volume. I'm assuming I'll be needing another skimmer. Does anyone have anything for sale? Or possibly know a good place to buy another tank that may fit my needs. Thanks!
     
  2. billw

    billw Treasurer Staff Member

    For a tank, you can't beat the Petco $1/gallon sale. You get a brand new 40 breeder for $40 plus tax on the retail value (somewhere around $125).
     
  3. jessiespense

    jessiespense Registered Guest

    I assume you can drill these, I've never attempted drilling anything so I wasn't sure.
     
  4. billw

    billw Treasurer Staff Member

    I believe so. The ones I have aren't tempered on the sides. Youtube search will provide an easy test you can perform in store.
     
  5. jessiespense

    jessiespense Registered Guest

    Thank you sir!
     
  6. billw

    billw Treasurer Staff Member

    Just search for tempered glass test.
     

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