Well today I decided to help a friend of mine get a deserted fish tank out of their parents house. A beautiful 90 gallon reef ready bow front setup, we power washed it at the car wash and moved it on down to the basement...that's when we set it down, forgetting at just the right moment that the sump connectors were on the bottom. Needless to say, crash boom bang, and yea for tempered glass.
To make a long question short, is there any salvage for our 90 gallon? It now needs an entire slab of glass for the bottom, perferably one that we could have drilled or came drilled so we could finish setting up that %#[email protected]
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Any info on where or if we could replace that bottom slab of glass?
if we could get it drilled? and of course the all important question, is this cost effective (how much $$ to fix)?
ps- if its to expensive to fix, i have a sump complete with bio balls and other setup equipment, a nice pump and a uv light that I would like to part out...do you think that would be cost effective or what prices i could sell that for?
Thank you (as always) for your great input and advice,
Bottom of Tank
ANother bottom of tank
The bottom of the overflow where the tank broke
Its pretty self explanatory