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Anyone know who can drill a tank for me? I need two 1 7/8” holes for drains in my glass AGA 75. I had someone lined up but the flood hit hard and he can’t come down for a while now. I am not in a huge rush but I don’t want to start my overflow project without the holes in place.<o></o>
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Nice

Nice......I visited the islands a few years back. Maui, Oahu, and the big island. It was an awesome vacation and I definitely will be back. It was the first time I had ever dived in the US and I was used to the lax enforcement of the diving laws in the Carribean. That trip, and my limited diving as a "Discovery Diver" motivated me to get my diving cert.

It was a great trip, great memories, and great people we met there!

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high 70's low 80's, light winds (great for diving), and scattered showers.
 

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Well I am going to take advice from our visitor from warm Hawaii and buy a bit or two and drill my own tank and sump while I am at it.

I will post how things go...and have beer(s) when it is done! :beer:
 

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Well I am going to take advice from our visitor from warm Hawaii and buy a bit or two and drill my own tank and sump while I am at it.

I will post how things go...and have beer(s) when it is done! :beer:
thats what im talking about i will put down a few in ur name
 

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OK i just bought a 48mm bit to drill my tank. :read:

I got the heavy duty schedule 80 bulkheads this past week. Once the bit gets here and I can find some black plexi I will begin my 75gal build out thread!

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