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Cleaning our fishroom- Fulls set up, brand new tank and used stuff


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    Default Cleaning our fishroom- Full set up, brand new tank and used stuff

    I had another baby and need to downsize so here is a bunch of stuff that has to go. All prices are negotiable, so if you think I am too high on something please make an offer that you think is reasonable.

    29 gallon drilled set up-

    This tank was purchased in april at preuss' pets. It is drilled for a 1" bulkhead in the rear and has an internal overflow box installed. The box is the kind that only takes up a little room, it does not go all the way to the bottom so you have much more room for rock work. It includes the stand, and comes with a custom made mesh top that stops fish from jumping out. It also comes with 2 T5 fixtures. Each fixture comes with 2 bulbs so it has a total of 4. Bulbs are included. The lights are nova extreme and they do have individual reflectors. Back is painted black. Asking $150 for all-

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    40 gallon breeder sump. This has a hold drilled in the side for a 1" bulkhead. Makes an excellent sump. I have a homemade stand for it too, just made from 2x4's and unfinished, will include it for free if you want it. Back is painted black. Asking $30-

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    I also have a 15 gallon tank(24"x12"). It has 2 holes in the back, each for 1" bulkhead. Asking $20-

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    I also have a brand new 29 gallon tank, never had water in it. I purchased it brand new in spring from Fish Doctors in trenton and never set it up. It is drilled for a 1" bulkhead in the back near the top. Black trim. Asking $50-

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    Please email me, do not pm. Thanks

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    Did you drill these tanks?
    Hi my name is Larry and I'm a coral addict!

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    Quote Originally Posted by larryandlaura View Post
    Did you drill these tanks?
    No i did not. One of the 29's was drilled at preuss' and the other 29 I ordered from Fish Doctors in trenton, not sure who they had do the drilling. The 15 gallon was purchased used and was already drilled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detroit_fan View Post
    No i did not. One of the 29's was drilled at preuss' and the other 29 I ordered from Fish Doctors in trenton, not sure who they had do the drilling. The 15 gallon was purchased used and was already drilled.
    29 gallon full set up is sold.

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    Are you going to the swap? Im interested in the 24x12.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larryandlaura View Post
    Are you going to the swap? Im interested in the 24x12.
    No, unfortunately with the 2 little ones I don't get to do things like swaps anymore. lol

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    still available

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    all T5 lights are now sold

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    are you selling any of the water containers (brutes)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROGERWILCO357 View Post
    are you selling any of the water containers (brutes)?
    no, those hold my fresh sw, fresh rodi & top off water

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