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90 Gallon Tank with Oak Stand


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    John - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Post 90 Gallon Tank with Oak Stand

    There is an Aquarium for sale at the Hof-Brau Bar in Fraser.

    It has an Oak Stand the tank is a 90 gallon. 48x18x24 or whatever a 90 gallon is.

    The owner would like to get $175 for it.

    If you're interested call 586-431-1706.
    I will think outside the glassbox.

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    ETBReefer05 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Ask 10 Reefers a question and you'll get 12 opinions in return.

    ---ETBReefer05

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