Drip Trays 24 x 24

Discussion in 'Enclosures And Supplies' started by mika, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. mika

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    I was wondering if anyone has tried this 24 x 24, 2.5 Dura Tray as a drip pan?

    What do you guys think?

    Would it be easy to put a tube somewhere here to drain to a bucket?

    Do you think the inside dimensions are 24 x 24?

    Or should I get the 30 x 30 for my 24x24x48 cage?

    Since Vegas Chad's drip tray is taking so long :p I thought I'd look into one of these..


    Alrightyyyyy.. The shipping to Canoga park for one 24x24 tray is 30 bucks.. Yikes!

    Must be some thick plastic
    #1 mika, Jun 8, 2008
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2008
  2. Chameleon Company

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    Lol !!

    Well, the best cage building takes a good imagination ! I am certain that I have seen old TV consoles turned into reptile enclosures. Hard to answer your question as to just how practical it will be. The safest path to follow is to build just one, and take your time doing it. There's always a way to build a better mousetrap, and a better chameleon cage. The only real mistake is to move ahead on assumptions in cage building, and then end up with too many that could have been done better in hindsight. Make it fun. Good luck.
  3. mika

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    LOL.. Oh yeah.. I've seen one of those here too.. :D

    I'd build one but I can't even put shelving together or this premade aluminum cage together properly...

    I'm what you call "challenged" in that area.. LOL

    For now I'm using a rubbermaid storage as a catcher which I cut in half with a dremmel & it don't look pretty..

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