Python rack

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  1. This is how I spent my day.
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    Feel free to post your own :)
     
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    Tobe404 Well-Known Member

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    Looks good mate.
    What are the dimensions of the tubs?
     
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    cool whats going in there?
     
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    Very cool man! i like what you've done here mate =)
     
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    When you making another youtube video?
     
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    Bananapeel Very Well-Known Member

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    Good idea. A rack thread I mean. Nice looking rack! Hopefully I'll get enough herps to need one ahah
     
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    Eat enough aye Bananapeel :rolleyes:
     
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    Nice work, this is one I just recently made

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  9. The tubs are 100cmx55cmx18cm ill be keeping sub adult/adult carpets in it:)
    it has wheels as well
    I will make a YouTube video about the rack when it's done 100%
     
  10. I like that one ill need a hatchy rack soon :)
     
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    Ahah oops didn't realise. Damn autocorrect. That was meant to be get. Cheers mate lol
     
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    Marzzy Well-Known Member

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    That's a lot of thread bar...
     
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    That's cool :D I'll be making a melamine one in a few years :D
     
  14. Majority of the build was putting nuts down the thread thank god that experience is done
     
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    Awesome job mate! I might have to use your idea one day when I have enough pythons for it to be practical.
     
  16. Trimeresurus

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    Nice idea, how did you thread the bolts on, just a spanner or something else? Would have taken ages.
     
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    Nice looking rack, heat tape going in there?
     
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    Nice and big rack.
    I know what you mean about threading the nuts on, I just finished a hatchling rack with this same setup.
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  19. Sure am if you look in the photo you can see routing if you look hard
     
  20. I like what you've done there, especially the front stopper. What did you use for the back? Also is it heated with heat tape?
     
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