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FS: 4 glass panes, 58"x36", $15 each or $50 for all 4

This is a discussion on FS: 4 glass panes, 58"x36", $15 each or $50 for all 4 within the Classified Archive forums, part of the Classified Section category; These were originally bought for a deck railing, but were never used because replaced by frosted ones. 58x36 inches, with ...

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    Default FS: 4 glass panes, 58"x36", $15 each or $50 for all 4

    These were originally bought for a deck railing, but were never used because replaced by frosted ones. 58x36 inches, with a thickness just shy of 1/4" (looks like 7/32" with a rough measurement). They have been outside for a while so they need to be cleaned, but otherwise in perfect shape. I'm assuming they can be used to build a tank or glass tops, hence the posting section. Please let me know if you think my assumption is wrong.

    I have no idea what glass sells for. I'm asking $15 each or $50 for all 4. If that's too cheap, then lucky you for finding a good deal. If it's too expensive, then let me know and I'll be willing to listen if there's some form of consensus.

    Pick up in Killarney. PM me if interested.





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    Chances are they're useless for building a tank as if they're from a railing they'll probably be tempered
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    Haven't seen you around here in forever Crazy72

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    Be good for lids. Hey Franck

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    Quote Originally Posted by spit.fire View Post
    Chances are they're useless for building a tank as if they're from a railing they'll probably be tempered
    Yes, I'm pretty sure they are tempered. I didn't know that made them useless for tanks. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Yes, that makes sense too. A lot of lids then.
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    Tempered glass cannot be cut or drilled. Would make a nice cover or tank bottom.
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