HI everyone! I posted a while back about resealing the bottom of a 150-gallon tank I bought off of Craigslist. Long story short, I have since realized that the bottom panel of the tank was only 1/4 inch thick while the rest of the panels were a half-inch thick (so seller probably did a cheap repair job before selling it to me... ugh!). Anyways, I don't want to give up on this tank. I found a website where I can purchase a glass panel to replace the bottom, but I want to know what the best way for me to do this would be. I have already removed the old bottom panel. Can I just attach/seal the new bottom panel to it (MUCH PREFERRED!!!) or do you think I need to take the whole thing apart piece by piece first (DEAR GOD, I HOPE NOT!!!)? Either way, I am willing to do whatever is the BEST and SAFEST method, but I would HATE taking apart all the panels and starting from there knowing that I could have successfully just applied the new bottom to the 4 connected sides I have now. I have done tons of research on tank repairs, but most of it deals with smaller tanks, so that is why I'm reaching out to you guys. Thanks in advance!