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Old 08-12-2009, 07:13 PM   #51
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Well thats ok for you. You live in NY, public transportation is easy access.
It's akin to going from point A to B in a gym laundry rm.
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Old 08-12-2009, 08:28 PM   #52
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what happened to the trim on the bottom?
Anyone ever replaced the trim on an aquarium? Any tips or tricks? What adhesive did you use to attach it? Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 08-12-2009, 09:06 PM   #53
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Anyone ever replaced the trim on an aquarium? Any tips or tricks? What adhesive did you use to attach it? Any help would be appreciated.
Order a replacement Frame set online and just use Aquarium safe silicone, that's the way it comes from the manufacturer. I think Glasscages.com sells frame sets, not to expensive either. You can do a google search as well.
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Old 08-12-2009, 09:11 PM   #54
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Congrats, what's his name?
weve not decided on a name yet we came up with a name for a girl lol, i think thats why its a boy lol... im going in the next week or two and getting a pair of justin slip on boots for it i cant wait
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and spoon, nice tank... especially for $60.. now im jealous, and so is my wallet
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weve not decided on a name yet we came up with a name for a girl lol, i think thats why its a boy lol... im going in the next week or two and getting a pair of justin slip on boots for it i cant wait
Good luck to you and your family my friend. Take lots of pictures because it's amazing how fast they grow.
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im really excited about being a dad... and my parents own a photography business (wierd cause i aint worth a crap at taking pictures) so im sure we will have more pictures than we will know what to do with...
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Order a replacement Frame set online and just use Aquarium safe silicone, that's the way it comes from the manufacturer. I think Glasscages.com sells frame sets, not to expensive either. You can do a google search as well.
Gonna try Glasscages once I actually pick it up on Friday. The measurements he gave me dont match to anything they have on their site. So, I will have to see when I get it home. Hope I can find a cheap Eheim to filter it with.....LOL....
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im really excited about being a dad... and my parents own a photography business (wierd cause i aint worth a crap at taking pictures) so im sure we will have more pictures than we will know what to do with...
Get a good point & shoot job and you'll be set
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gonna try glasscages once i actually pick it up on friday. The measurements he gave me dont match to anything they have on their site. So, i will have to see when i get it home. Hope i can find a cheap eheim to filter it with.....lol....
lol. Either way you should be able to get a frame. When you get the actual dimensions let me know and I'll help you locate it.
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