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Old 02-25-2010, 04:54 PM   #11
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i made the mistake of using Lexan and it bent in a few days under my t5's.
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Ya, I got new lights so I actually took the tank cover off. It worked good while I had it (the piece of acrylic) though it did warp a little. Mainly where the lights were putting the most pressure. It flattened back out a few days after I took it off, if I need it I'm keeping it as backup if I need it for some reason. The seeling above my tank is at a horrable angle (matches my roof) so hanging them would be a little difficult. The studs are in a bad spot to, just a little too far foreward. Is there something wrong with using the leg stands?
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