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    Default 55 Gal Tank

    I have a new 55 Gal tank that has been drilled and bulk headed with smoked glas. Payed $150.00 dollars for it never put water in it. Asking $100.00 dollars OBO. we are in Flint, Mi.
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    Sweet deal! Who is the tank manufacturer?
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Default Brand

    I am not sure Agua something comes to mind.

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    Default Brand

    well I looked and it is an Agua-American out of Hemlock Mi.

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    Default Reduced;

    I will take $80.00 dollars for this tank.

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