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125g stand


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    ReefWerks - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Sun Prairie, WI
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    Jonathan

    Default 125g stand

    Custom made for a project that went different route. Fully skinned, doors, un finished exterior. Underneath has 2 skinned sections, ready for paint, stain, etc..

    Can arrange to meet if fairly close. Beautiful stand. Ill throw pics up as soon as I can!

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    ReefWerks - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Sun Prairie, WI
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    Jonathan

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    Pics.. updated
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