Nathan Explosion Posted February 25, 2009 Share Posted February 25, 2009 I am wondering if this is a good deal on a 75 gallon tank? Its from glasscages.com all said and done, with shipping to mpls mn, is gonna be $500. So far i think its a good deal, but am i over paying, or is this a cheap set up? need some advice!!! 75 gallon glass tank 48 x 18 x 21 Tall Reef-Ready Comes standard with 1 Glass Wall Overflow (located on back panel of aquarium) Comes standard with 2 holes for the overflow Add hinged glass tops Comes with plastic section that can be notched out for extra hoses. Midsection is two glass panes hinged together. Comes with handle to easily open hinged half. Acrylic covers for overflows Many people prefer to have their overflows covered. We can provide black plastic acrylic covers that fit your overflow perfectly. The tops of our covers come notched to help prevent fish from falling in. Bulkheads for overflows We can provide you with bulkheads that fit your overflow holes. You do not have to buy them from us but doing so will make it much easier on you to get the right size bulkheads. Add to my order 2 bulkheads. Ordering from us will give you the proper bulkheads for each hole that we have predrilled. If you choose to not buy our bulkheads you will need to know: The holes are drilled for heavy-duty schedule 80 bulkheads. The holes are NOT drilled for light-duty schedule 40 bulkheads. Sump tank You can purchase an acrylic aquarium sump tank from us. If you purchase ours then you can rest assured that it will fit inside our stands and be the proper size based on the aquarium you are buying. Add a 20 Long Acrylic Aquarium Customized Sump Tank [Add $165] Ordering from us will give you the right sized sump tank based on the aquarium you picked. Our recommended sump tank (ABOVE) will fit inside our stands to easily conceal it and still be close to the aquarium. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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