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I Have Done It #1384932
12/30/14 08:35 PM
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Im proud to be able to say I will be ordering my HQ Brisbane cage in febuary.... Im excited smile


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Re: I Have Done It [Re: TheWildRose311] #1384933
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That is exciting,I'm sure your gliders will enjoy it.


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Re: I Have Done It [Re: TheWildRose311] #1384936
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Re: I Have Done It [Re: TheWildRose311] #1384937
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Im sure they will, My friends pairs just had babis come oop last night, Were waiting to learn the sexes smile


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Re: I Have Done It [Re: TheWildRose311] #1384938
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Oh, Does anyone know if the HQ Brsbane cages on Exotic Nutrition are stackable?


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Re: I Have Done It [Re: TheWildRose311] #1384940
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You can stack them.

Some folks have found removing the top rail from the stand and putting the bottom cage on the shelf makes it a little more manageable. Otherwise the top cage is very difficult to reach because of the height.

You would need to zip tie the stand to the bottom cage to stabilize it.

If you want to stack them to make one large cage - you need to flip the top cage upside down and remove the top panel of both cages. Zip tie the bottom grate in place as the new "Top". this eliminates the gap in the middle where the cage pan would be that would have to be covered to prevent glider escapes. You might consider getting the Congo Cage for the additional room rather than combining two Brisbane's.


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Re: I Have Done It [Re: CandyOtte] #1384941
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Originally Posted By: CandyOtte
You can stack them.



You would need to zip tie the stand to the bottom cage to stabilize it.

If you want to stack them to make one large cage - you need to flip the top cage upside down and remove the top panel of both cages. Zip tie the bottom grate in place as the new "Top". this eliminates the gap in the middle where the cage pan would be that would have to be covered to prevent glider escapes. You might consider getting the Congo Cage for the additional room rather than combining two Brisbane's.



lol this answered my one question as I am considering getting a second Prevue Hendryx F050 to enlarge my current cage and either make it longer or deeper ( longer I think would work better ) as if I make it deeper I have to turn it to the side and set it so I can pull the pans out from the sides .


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Re: I Have Done It [Re: TheWildRose311] #1384957
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Im seriously considering this one in few years http://www.exoticnutrition.com/perosuglca.html.... I may just keep the brisbane as it is

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Re: I Have Done It [Re: TheWildRose311] #1385000
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I stack my cages and I have them zip tied to each other so that the top apartment doesn't topple off the bottom apartment.


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