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Old 01-10-2013, 03:33 PM   #1
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DIY 10 gallon frag tank and stand/work station

Hi guys I'm looking to turn my old 10 gallon tank into a nice little frag tank. I'm also going to make a stand for it and on the side I would like to have a little work station where I could cut and mount frags on. I will be posting pictures of my build step by step but I won't be starting this project until I can get some free time. Until then I will be getting all information I can get and I would love to hear all of your opinions and comments. Should be a fun build
Hope to hear from you guys and hope you like the outcome.
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