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Old 02-07-2005, 05:09 PM   #1
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glass tanks

are there any reputable companies out there that you can order a glass tank (and accessories) online and have them shipped.??


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I don't think so but I'm not sure. All the websites I have found just shows the tanks and you can find a dealer.

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LOL, the only time I tried to ship a tank, UPS kindly poked thru it with a forklift.

Are you looking for a custom tank? Maybe try Glass Cages. If not, just pick up the tank at a local store and order all the other equip online.
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Most service and shipping companies do not insure glass. If it shows up broken, you eat the cost.
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I ordered mine through a lfs. The first two came in broken and the third was ok. Just be carefull on the shipping damages due to I was told that a glass aquarium would not be covered by their ins.. Could have been wrong but I didnt want to find out.
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