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    Default Styrine Plastic

    Has anyone used Styrine plastic as frag tanks?http://cgi.ebay.com/4ft-x-8ft-Black-...item3cb0898c0a
    Last edited by cephalotus; 12-23-2010 at 11:32 PM.

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    cg5071 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Not that I know of. I know that GARF.org does long shallow tanks. Theirs are made of a sheet of greenhouse covering. Starts as 4x8 but they make a box without a top (by scoring the corners and folding it up) that is 2' x 6' x 12". Those sheets are like 30-50$ The double layered kind, like corragated cardboard.

    Good idea though, just maybe a little wide


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