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120 Gallon Oceanic Glass Tank

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    Default 120 Gallon Oceanic Glass Tank

    Selling my used 120 gallon Oceanic glass aquarium.

    • 48x24x24 - Built like a tank with 1/2" glass, black trim, glass center brace. A few minor scratches, but nothing very noticeable.
    • One 24" side drilled with black over flow box (2 - 1" drains, 2 - 3/4" returns)
    • Overflow side painted black
    • Oceanic quality before they got bought out by All-Glass, now Aqueon

    I also have a very solid, yet unattractive 2" x 4" stand that I will throw in free. Buyer must come pick up and be able to lift over 100 lbs. to get it out of my basement.

    Please email questions, it is the fastest way to get a response. brett@cherrycorals.com

    Or call/text: 248.345.0967



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    mcleodm - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Wixom, MI


    email sent

  3. #3


    Sale pending...

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    Tank sold! Thanks for looking...

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