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29 gallon setup (tank, stand, heater, filter, light, pump) and 55 gallon drum


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    Default 29 gallon setup (tank, stand, heater, filter, light, pump) and 55 gallon drum

    I have a couple items for sale:

    Complete 29 gallon setup:SOLD
    Included in the setup is the tank, stand (needs a little TLC, but functions perfectly and is structurally sound), heater, HOB filtration system, water circulation pump and light.

    55-gallon saltwater mixing drum: $35 pending
    Drum has been drilled, tapped and sealed with aquarium safe silicone. The plumbing is setup to allow for circulation of water, and then with the turn of two knobs to have it immediately push water directly into your tank (or 5-gallon bucket). This makes it so that only one pump is necessary to do all of your water-changes. The top of the bucket is accessible via two 2" screw-in ports. All that is needed is a water pump (maxijet 600 or larger).

    IMG 3966a - 29 gallon setup (tank, stand, heater, filter, light, pump) and 55 gallon drum
    IMG 3967a - 29 gallon setup (tank, stand, heater, filter, light, pump) and 55 gallon drum
    IMG 4004 - 29 gallon setup (tank, stand, heater, filter, light, pump) and 55 gallon drum
    IMG 4005 - 29 gallon setup (tank, stand, heater, filter, light, pump) and 55 gallon drum

    Thanks for looking,
    Dave
    Last edited by whites97; 04-07-2011 at 06:53 PM.

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    redemer123 - Reefkeeper
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    I really want the drum lol
    It takes a long long time to build a coral reef. Step by step the reefs survive on partnerships. And the most important partners are you and I.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redemer123 View Post
    I really want the drum lol
    I can get the drum up to Grand Blanc, MI to aid in the pick-up process.

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    redemer123 - Reefkeeper
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    Thats really close, name a date and time
    It takes a long long time to build a coral reef. Step by step the reefs survive on partnerships. And the most important partners are you and I.

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