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Old 01-25-2013, 01:25 PM   #1
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33g Hagen tank, cracked frame

Hi, this is my first post in the forums and I'm looking for a bit or advice.

I have already searched for the topic and have read all the threads, but this is my dilema..

I recently moved a 33g Hagen tank, and in the process cracked the plastic frame on the bottom of the tank on the corner. I was wondering if this frame can be removed and the tank still retain its structural integrity? I have a 29g frameless tank and that works fine. I was thinking the plastic is just to hide the joins.

I've read replacement frames can be ordered, but I am in Canada and sometimes that stuff is hard to get .
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