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New shelf.

Kymura

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Got this to redo my room and make a nice space for my T enclosures.
Pretty nice and it has a 350# weight rating per shelf.
Style Selections 74-in H x 48-in W x 18-in D 5-Tier Steel Freestanding Shelving
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Phil

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Got this to redo my room and make a nice space for my T enclosures.
Pretty nice and it has a 350# weight rating per shelf.
Style Selections 74-in H x 48-in W x 18-in D 5-Tier Steel Freestanding Shelving
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Nice one. I bought 4 x "garage" stacking shelves for the spider house rated at 175kg each. Steel racks with 6mm mdf wooden shelves so same as you, strong enough to take glass enclosures if needed.
 

Kymura

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Nice one. I bought 4 x "garage" stacking shelves for the spider house rated at 175kg each. Steel racks with 6mm mdf wooden shelves so same as you, strong enough to take glass enclosures if needed.
Exactly my thoughts. :) didn't want to buy and in a year have to buy stronger.
 

Phil

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Exactly my thoughts. :) didn't want to buy and in a year have to buy stronger.
They always say, buy cheap pay twice.....lol
Good investment you have there I reckon.
 

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