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Help drilling my new DSA tank

A few months ago I set up a 46g bow front planted tank, pressurized CO2 and high output lights. I'm loving this hobby so much, I decided to go BIGGER!

I bought a DSA 190 undrilled yesterday so I could make my own overflow. I don't care for the bulky obtrusive overflows that come standard. I want to install a coast to coast overflow with a BeanAnimal system.

Can anyone tell me if any of the glass on my tank is tempered? I can't find anything on DSAs website.

I did the polarized sunglasses to computer screen test and I don't believe it's tempered but want to be sure before the hole saw touches glass.

http://www.deepseaaquatics.net/index...model-190.html

Thanks!
Jim

I posted this in the equipment section as well since it fits in both categories. Mods, feel free to merge in the more appropriate location if needed.
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