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    MightiesKeeper - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I have 2 diamond drill bits for sale or trade. One is for a 1" bulkhead and the other for a 3/4" bulkhead. Both hole saws have been used a couple times. I'm looking for a hole saw for id 1.5" bulkhead. Ryan
    120 Gallon Freshwater green terrors, convicts and Florida gar.
    4-10 gallon live-bearer rack platies, swords and bns plecos.
    40 gallon acrylic AIO waiting for something new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightiesKeeper View Post
    I have 2 diamond drill bits for sale or trade. One is for a 1" bulkhead and the other for a 3/4" bulkhead. Both hole saws have been used a couple times. I'm looking for a hole saw for id 1.5" bulkhead. Ryan
    do you come to lansing often? id pick it up if your in town.

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