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    Default Piece of Glass

    I know its a long shot, but I'm looking for a piece of glass to replace a missing pane from a 50g breeder tank. Looking for a piece that is 36" long. Anything from 12"-18" wide would work for me. So if anyone has a busted up tank or spare glass laying around let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazde3 View Post
    I know its a long shot, but I'm looking for a piece of glass to replace a missing pane from a 50g breeder tank. Looking for a piece that is 36" long. Anything from 12"-18" wide would work for me. So if anyone has a busted up tank or spare glass laying around let me know.
    Have you tried a glass shop or two?

    They can be pretty reasonable, and get the thickness and dimensions just right.

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