can i make my 40 Gallon rimless?

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    so the fiance got the Reef bug and wanted a bigger tank, , good thing my step dad had one just laying around, a nice 40 gallon , and well i was wondering if i removed the top trim would it cause any issues down the road, ?
    by issues i mean will it mess with the integrity of the tank
    thanks in advance
     
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    I would not. If it was not made rimless, the glass will bow and break.
     
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    yeah after consideration we decided against it , just gonna wait for petco to have their dollar a gallon deal on fishtanks
     
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    Usually, they don't include fancier tanks in that sale. So the rimless probably won't be at that price.
     
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    still would be atleast black trim , this one had a old "wood" color trim which was really just thick plastic
     
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