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frag tank set up $175.00


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    Default frag tank set up $175.00

    complete set up almost plug & play... USED........
    25.7 gal tank 30x18x11 glass 2- 1 1/2 over flows drilled in bottom
    3/4" return ( comes up & over back to spray bar across bottom)
    quite 1 3000 return pump (used 2 months)
    single compartment plastic sump 30x18x14 floot valve installed for R/O top off.
    berlin skimmer ( needs new pump) thats the almost part..
    JBJ 30" cpf light 2x65 I think??
    200 watt heater..
    all on 2x4 stand with casters
    asking $175 OBO prefer to sell complete...
    If interested give me a call I get on line much
    810 836 1474 Don
    SOLD!!!!!!!
    Last edited by new2salt09; 03-27-2011 at 02:12 PM.

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