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Just get another base 1520 x 520 as @Dian6430 suggested.
I don't see that post?

Buying more glass will be expensive but maybe you can ask the glazier to buy the sheet from you and re do the calculations.
 
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As I understand: your sides are too big and so is the front and back taking into consideration the base size?

Glass Should have been as follows:
Base - 1500 x 500 (as is)
Front and back - 1500 x 510(H)
Sides - 480 x 510(h)

give or take 1mm - 2mm for silicone.

Just get another base 1520 x 520 as @Dian6430 suggested.

or just have the glass cut again (your glass) will be cheaper than buying more glass.

I hope my calcs are right:whistling:
@jclaas. This post?
 
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I obviously read to fast and not critical :). Yes i agree with @Dian6430. Double base is the way to go because you cant make a great plan with what you have at the moment @Papitto
 
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You can ream the hole with the diamond bit till it fits.
 
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Lol this is not happening!!! The 32mm bulkhead fits in the 40mm hole with about 4mm gap all round! :banghead: so I can use it right???
Then just change the 40mm bulkhead for a 25mm to fit in the 32mm hole???
get a diamond holesaw and ream the holes.
 
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Well, the 80 grit sandpaper is working, but slow... I need .5mm to get them through.
Silicon Carbide Grinding Stone will work too.​
 
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