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125 gallon reef tank w/40 gallon sump and equip


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    Default 125 gallon reef tank w/40 gallon sump and equip

    Complete system for sale....even fish, inverts if you want! Nothing older than 3 years!

    $1,000 complete system. Had wood craftsman build stand from solid pine. Built to withstand major earthquakes (solid!!) Stand and canopy will add an additional $1,000. Willing to separate stand/canopy from system.

    125 gallon reef set up with 40 gallon sump

    Approx. 50-60 lbs of live rock

    Sump system also:
    Protein skimmer
    two Rio pumps

    Also two powerheads for water circulation

    Livestock includes:
    1 mated pair of hawkfish, 1 pair chromis, 1 blue hippo tank, 1 yellow tang, 1 royal gramma, 1 maroon clown, 1 orange spotted goby.

    Corals: one blue mushroom, about five green mushrooms, and about 5 large purple mushrooms, 1 brain, 1 candycane, 1 large frogspawn.

    Inverts: about 10 hermits, 10 large turbo snails, 1 black brittlestar

    How to inquire:

    Send email WITH PHONE NUMBER to cdelima@msn.com I will call you and answer any questions you might have. I will NOT respond to email questions (too many experiences of emailing for days only to discover the person on the other end wasn't serious about potentially purchasing).

    Thanks!

    Chris
    Last edited by PSGuy; 08-01-2010 at 07:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSGuy View Post
    Complete system for sale....even fish, inverts if you want! Nothing older than 3 years!

    125 gallon reef set up with 40 gallon sump

    Approx. 50-60 lbs of live rock

    Sump system also:
    Protein skimmer
    two Rio pumps

    Also two powerheads for water circulation

    Livestock includes:
    1 mated pair of hawkfish, 1 pair chromis, 1 blue hippo tank, 1 yellow tang, 1 royal gramma, 1 maroon clown, 1 orange spotted goby.

    Corals: one blue mushroom, about five green mushrooms, and about 5 large purple mushrooms, 1 brain, 1 candycane, 1 large frogspawn.

    Inverts: about 10 hermits, 10 large turbo snails, 1 black brittlestar

    How to inquire:

    Send email WITH PHONE NUMBER to cdelima@msn.com I will call you and answer any questions you might have. I will NOT respond to email questions (too many experiences of emailing for days only to discover the person on the other end wasn't serious about potentially purchasing).

    Thanks!

    Chris
    price?????????????????????

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    That was pretty stupid on my part! Sorry about that....$1,000 (over $7,000 when purchased new). I'll update the add. Thanks for pointing that out!

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