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    Default Can I borrow a glass hole saw

    I am changing things with my discus tank and i need to drill a hole in it for a 1.5 inch bulk head. I live in livonia. All i need is one hold drilled in a 75 gallon. shouldnt take long at all. I cant find my hole saw and i dont want to wait on a new one to get delivered. thanks for the help guys.

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    ebushrow - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarelyseriousb View Post
    I am changing things with my discus tank and i need to drill a hole in it for a 1.5 inch bulk head. I live in livonia. All i need is one hold drilled in a 75 gallon. shouldnt take long at all. I cant find my hole saw and i dont want to wait on a new one to get delivered. thanks for the help guys.
    Hi
    I have one you can borrow. I am in Plymouth so not too far away, PM me and we can set up a time to pick it up.

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