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Has anyone here ever made a replacement frame for an aquarium out of wood or metal
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The tank was sitting outside for a long time before I finally found it a place to sit inside. The top frame is completely gone now but the bottom frame is still intact. I haven't filled it water because the silicone is worn out and needs replacing. Eventually, I will get some sealant for it and see how that goes. If i used more silicone than normal for the seams, would it hold water without the top frame? It might bow out in the middle because the old top frame had a plastic brace in the center. Has anyone here ever made a replacement frame for an aquarium out of wood or metal? The idea sounds good, but I want something that i know will hold all of this together and so I won't wake up one day to the sound of 40 or so gallons of water splashing onto the floor.