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    Racks are full this year... overflowing almost!

    49 ball pythons left, half of them hatchlings, and 21 more eggs in the incubator!



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    Whoa! I love the rack design. Do you have any links to a build for them?

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    Re: Racks are full this year... overflowing almost!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tihsho View Post
    Whoa! I love the rack design. Do you have any links to a build for them?
    the grey oak rack shelf is awesome, that was expensive though, it took carpentry skill to build, and itís heavy!

    The black ones?
    They are alright. They are cheap home made of plastic shelves I got at Home Depot or Loweís, canít remember. They sag too much and Iím getting rid of them as soon as the commercial racks I purchased arrive! They sometimes pinch the tubs with the sagginess. You get what you pay for!
    Plus the new rack Iím getting has larger tubs for my female breeders.

    Ordered (2) Vivarium Electronics VE-6 Racks.
    (Interchangeable tub sizes fit the shelves!i have Hatchling tubs plus large tubs for subadujts/males.)

    and (1) Vision V70-13 Rack (large tub breeding rack for 13 females)


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