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Old 01/15/2007, 10:25 PM   #4
dwculp
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Originally posted by xenon
whats nice about reef ready tanks is that the holes are drilled in the bottom glass and not the rear. That allows you to put the tank right up against the wall.

With a regular non-RR tank you are foced to drill the rear glass because the bottoms are always tempered. Then you need 5-6" clearance on the rear for plumbing.
I know, and I have thought about that, but the cost difference between a RR tank and a non-RR tank is pretty large and may force me into a non-RR tank if I want to go large.


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