Frag Racks

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Looking for a good quality frag rack, been using a reef geeks one and the suction cups dont appear to be much good, any suggestions anybody?

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Reply #1

Problem with the suction cup ones you stick to the glass is as you have found out they don't stay stuck to the glass forever , you have a couple of options,
Super glue the suction cup to the glass but then that's it ,
The other option is live rock to stick them on or feature rocks .
Or you can buy frag stands with a magnetic fixing ,
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Reply #2

I saw on ebay that AllPond have frag racks with those twist-on suckers.  Haven't tried them myself (i've got a reef geeks one too).  I was thinking of just swapping the suckers on mine for some better ones like the soft eheim ones (if the fit - haven't tried yet).

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Marine-Aquarium-Reef-Fish-Tank-Coral-Frag-Plugs-Kits-Bracket-Racks-3-Sizes/182611014860?epid=22002481137&hash=item2a8476f4cc:g:H3wAAOSwLsBZU7MS
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Reply #3

To be honest Ive ordered some more suckers to try, along with ordering a magnetic frag rack from reef geeks last night.

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Reply #4

There are some which have little arms which hang over the edge of your tank too - a few people are 3D printing those

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Reply #5

https://reefparts.co.uk/product/frag-racks/

He sells 3D printed magnetic ones. I have one and prefer it over one with suction cups


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I know this thread is old but we have an ever expanding of 3D Printed Decor and Parts for Aquariums and Reefs including frag racks, trident needle guides, brackets, pump guards and more on our site.


https://3dreefs.com/


Reef Safe Frag Racks: https://3dreefs.com/45-fragging-parts
3DReefs - 3D Printed Decor and Parts for Aquariums and Reefs - Made in the USA - With Reef-safe plastics
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