For Sale: Powder Coated Steel Rack System w/ a 125 Gallon Visio Glass Aquarium
i have a 125 gallon 72" x 18" oceanic aquarium manufactured in 2002. my problem is trying to find glass lids for it. there is no brace in the frame, instead it has a glass panel that has been siliconed to the tank itself for bracing. im having a hard time trying to find replacement glass tops.
I've had numerous aquariums over the years, big and small, but I've found a six-foot 125 gallon to be my favorite size. It's plenty big for housing lots of livestock, but not so large as to take up too much space in my current house, or require more than a standard 32 gallon trashcan of R.O. water for water changes. Of course, I also prefer reef-ready/drilled tanks with a sump so that the water level in the main tank stays the same regardless of how often I add top-off water to replace what evaporates. So, several years ago I purchased an All-Glass 125 gallon reef-ready tank (72"L x 18"W x 22"H). This tank originally had an overflow box in each corner, but I removed the box at the right end of the tank with a razor blade and closed off the plumbing holes in the bottom pane of glass. It just wasn't necessary, and removing it freed up a significant amount of space. Anyway, here's the list of all the other equipment I'm currently using:
Listed is a nice complete used 125 gallon glass aquarium fish tank
Glass Versa Top for All Glass Aquarium 125 gallon tank | Living Reefs
video of the day i brought the 125 gallon aquarium home. It was very dirty with algae and hard water build up. I wasn't even able to see through the glass when i brought it home..New – never used 125 gallon glass aquarium. Low profile type with no drilled holes. Low iron glass on 3 sides. Comes with glass covers. 72″ long, 17″ high, 24″ deep. Nothing wrong with it, I just changed my mind on the size. Paid $1200 new. Nice thick glass, no exterior corner bracing.