C&c Build Your Own Alternative?

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Veggies Galore

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You've already mentioned one downside - the fact that they can't be cable tied together.

Also, the opaque grids will mean you can't look in through the sides.

With the traditional C&C grids, you can look through them (above the height of the correx!).


I will also post this link for people thinking of buying C&C grids
Which C&c Grids Are Piggy Safe?
 

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They can be cable tied, they have gaps at the corners.I use them for mine and love them.Make sure the grids are square as they do different sizes.I prefer them to metal grids as easier to wash down.Babies can't get through them eaither.There is a pic of my runs on the c&c cage thread I think
 

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They can be cable tied, they have gaps at the corners.I use them for mine and love them.Make sure the grids are square as they do different sizes.I prefer them to metal grids as easier to wash down.Babies can't get through them eaither.There is a pic of my runs on the c&c cage thread I think
Thanks, I will have to go check it out!
 
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