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    koralkrab125 - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Mar 2010

    Default equipment clean out

    Will Ship: Yes
    Category: Other
    Price: 75
    Condition: Used
    everything is OBO will trade for nice zoos or SPS, PM if interested in anything, sorry if the pics arnt the best I used my cell phone
    equipment up for sale, all has been cleaned and is in good working order.

    equip - equipment clean out

    quiet one 3000 pump $35 Sold

    sump $20 15.5Tx19.25Lx9.75W can be used as wet/dry or as a sump I have everything to setup either way, comes with a bulk head, i used it for my chiller return
    wetdry - equipment clean out

    overflow $35
    overflow - equipment clean out

    40 long sump $50 (what I payed for it, never used it) w/ strip light, plastic covers, and stand if you want them. stand alone $20
    sump - equipment clean out

    spider reflector w/ mogul socket and wiring $20 16x12x6
    reflector - equipment clean out

    sheets of 1/4" thick glass, they use to be glass tops for desks, good condition
    82x35 $30
    71x23 $20
    27 and 41 x11 (the piece broke in half) $10 for both
    if these prices are high just send me an offer, I dont know what glass sells for so i am just guessing on the price for these pieces
    glass - equipment clean out
    Last edited by koralkrab125; 04-07-2011 at 10:35 AM.
    WMU's reef freak, to bad im a business major lol

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