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    Putting a different brand pvc enclosure on a T8

    Hi, question for anyone who might know. I have a animal plastics t8 for my ball python who is doing great in it but it took way too long to get here as I recall. Are there any kind of incompatibility Ed that arise from putting, say, a Kages pvc enclosure atop the t8? Anyone mix and match enclosures like this have advice, or do I just stick with animal plastics enclosures. Thanks in advance.

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    Shouldn’t be no issues, except the stacking pins more than likely won’t line up. Other than that just make sure the dimensions are close. The walls/front/back of the bottom cage will be the strongest…if the new cage doesn’t line up with the walls close to that of the ap, I’d place a wood board between the 2 of them, measuring the size of the ap cage, to distribute the weight evenly.

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    Re: Putting a different brand pvc enclosure on a T8

    Quote Originally Posted by Waterman View Post
    Shouldn’t be no issues, except the stacking pins more than likely won’t line up. Other than that just make sure the dimensions are close. The walls/front/back of the bottom cage will be the strongest…if the new cage doesn’t line up with the walls close to that of the ap, I’d place a wood board between the 2 of them, measuring the size of the ap cage, to distribute the weight evenly.
    Great advice!
    Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
    Eric Hoffer (1902 - 1983)

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