Event Alerts

Join GCCA

Individual Member

Single (Adult or Minor with sponsor).

 

 

Why you should join?

  • Monthly Meetings featuring expert speakers (10 per year)
  • Participation in our Breeders Award and CARES programs
  • Priority registration for Swap Meets (5 per year)
  • Ability to buy fish at our Rare Fish Auction (2 per year)
  • Participation in Bag Exchanges (during Covid)
  • Members-only events such as Holiday Party, Picnic, hobby tours and more
  • Our award-winning website which includes hundreds of articles, a cichlid classifieds allow you to find local fish for sale and special members-only sections
  • Show your support for the top cichlid club in the USA
Duration: 1 year
Price: $20.00
Family Member

Family (Spouses and children under the age of 18 & all under one roof) - roommates, relatives, in-laws, adult siblings, etc will need to get individual memberships

Single (Adult or Minor with sponsor).

Why you should join?

  • Monthly Meetings featuring expert speakers (10 per year)
  • Participation in our Breeders Award and CARES programs
  • Priority registration for Swap Meets (5 per year)
  • Ability to buy fish at our Rare Fish Auction (2 per year)
  • Participation in Bag Exchanges (during Covid)
  • Members-only events such as Holiday Party, Picnic, hobby tours and more
  • Our award-winning website which includes hundreds of articles, a cichlid classifieds allow you to find local fish for sale and special members-only sections
  • Show your support for the top cichlid club in the USA
Duration: 1 year
Price: $25.00
Lifetime Member

Lifetime Member

A Lifetime Memebership entitles you to all the benefits of GCCA for your entire life. 

Single (Adult or Minor with sponsor).

Why you should join?

  • Monthly Meetings featuring expert speakers (10 per year)
  • Participation in our Breeders Award and CARES programs
  • Priority registration for Swap Meets (5 per year)
  • Ability to buy fish at our Rare Fish Auction (2 per year)
  • Participation in Bag Exchanges (during Covid)
  • Members-only events such as Holiday Party, Picnic, hobby tours and more
  • Our award-winning website which includes hundreds of articles, a cichlid classifieds allow you to find local fish for sale and special members-only sections
  • Show your support for the top cichlid club in the USA
Duration: Lifetime
Price: $500.00

You are not a paid GCCA member or your membership has expired

Aquarium stands

12 years 1 day ago #18117 by
Replied by on topic Aquarium stands
That is true they are very well thought out.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Topic Author
  • Visitor
  • Visitor
12 years 1 day ago #18116 by
Replied by on topic Aquarium stands
Joe clearly knows what he is doing.  In the event of a tornado or earthquake, I would hop inside that stand for safety.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Topic Author
  • Visitor
  • Visitor
12 years 1 day ago #18110 by
Replied by on topic Aquarium stands
Will do.  Thanks for the picks and info.  Looks like I am going to menards for the doors.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Topic Author
  • Visitor
  • Visitor
12 years 1 day ago #18104 by teachskip
Replied by teachskip on topic Aquarium stands
Check out the stand in these pictures. I built one like it for a 75g and it would support a tank I think.

www.gcca.net/gccaforum/index.php/topic,466.0.html

Good luck and keep us posted.

Skip...

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
12 years 1 day ago #18101 by
Replied by on topic Aquarium stands
Okay thanks a lot.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Topic Author
  • Visitor
  • Visitor
12 years 1 day ago #18098 by Kegger22
Replied by Kegger22 on topic Aquarium stands
make a 1 1/2" deep slice 3 1/2" down and then rip 1 1/2" off the end and rest the 2x4 into the notch

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
12 years 1 day ago #18096 by
Replied by on topic Aquarium stands
How would you notch 2x4s.  By making an iner layer and an outer layer?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Topic Author
  • Visitor
  • Visitor
12 years 1 day ago #18095 by Kegger22
Replied by Kegger22 on topic Aquarium stands

How would I position it so it wouldn't be held up by the screws? 


Notch the 2x4's

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
12 years 1 day ago #18090 by
Replied by on topic Aquarium stands
How would I position it so it wouldn't be held up by the screws?  Should I build it so that the verticle 2x4s are on top of the horizontal 2x4s, instead of having the horizontal 2x4s inbetween the verticle 2x4s.  Sorry this maybe a little confusing to read, but I think I have the jest of what you are saying.  Correct me if I am wrong.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • Topic Author
  • Visitor
  • Visitor
12 years 2 days ago #18063 by dragonkeeper
Replied by dragonkeeper on topic Aquarium stands
Not as hard as it may seem. Just make sure that your table top is supported properly. By properly I mean not with screws. There should be 2x4's supporting the weight of the tank not the screws.

Mine took me a while because of weather and cash restraints but I did it and am very happy with the results.

Keeper

DragonKeeper
~Retired President~

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
Time to create page: 0.093 seconds