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Are Mr. Aqua aquariums able to be drilled?

Quite a bit we get asked if our Mr. Aqua rimless aquariums are able to be drilled. Answer is yes, and all sides and bottom. We are putting a sticker on all of them now so people know.

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33.6 and the 48?
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33.6 and the 48?
All of them.
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I think marinedepot says all the 36"ers are tempered. Or is it just the old ones?
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I think marinedepot says all the 36"ers are tempered. Or is it just the old ones?
I will check if they say that, but that would be wrong. But I am not seeing that on their site. If you see it link me and I will have them fix it. Thanks.
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Does it void the warranty if it is drilled?

I am thinking of going with a sump on my 48G and was looking into installing a gl[censored][censored][censored][censored][censored][censored][censored]s overflow.
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Does it void the warranty if it is drilled?

I am thinking of going with a sump on my 48G and was looking into installing a gl[censored][censored][censored][censored][censored][censored][censored]s overflow.
Yeah, once you start to make any alterations...anything that happens we are not responsible for so the warranty would not cover it or anything that might happen in the future.
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