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    60 gallon cube question

    Will a trigger system 20x20 sump fit in the stand? Is the tank drillable because i dont care for the corner overflow offered, i want a center overflow?

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    Too many unknowns to help.

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    I have a Trigger systems Amethyst 26 sump for my 40 breeder and it's acrylic, so I assume you could drill it if you wanted to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidM View Post
    I have a Trigger systems Amethyst 26 sump for my 40 breeder and it's acrylic, so I assume you could drill it if you wanted to.
    I had thought about the 40 breeder but 60 cube has the foot print i have space for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karlmuth View Post
    Will a trigger system 20x20 sump fit in the stand? Is the tank drillable because i dont care for the corner overflow offered, i want a center overflow?

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    There is a way to check the glass if you have polarized sunglasses, a uv filter and an old laptop or cell phone. I saw something on it years ago. Most tank bottoms are tempered. Keep that in mind. A cube is probably custom, so it's anyone's guess. Many tank manufacturers temper the bottom to cut weight down. It will have layers too. My only failure was a no name 40 breeder. The second I got halfway through, the glass cracked and kept going until it was about 1.6million connected pieces.

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    20x20 probably won't fit in a factory stand if the tank is 24x24. I, as well as others I'm sure, can build a stand that has 22.5" clearance under it.

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