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Resealed 150, DIY Stand and Canopy


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    Default Resealed 150, DIY Stand and Canopy

    150 Gallon 6 footer, resealed, does not leak. Has some scratches from the magnet cleaner. Not too bad. Back is painted blue but is peeling off. Can be scraped off with a scraper. Back glass is probly better than the front. Scratches are not horilbe, but are noticeable. Has a DIY stand made from 2x4's and a canopy made from some thin wood. Canopy is kinda janky, but stand is pretty solid. The stand will need sanding if you want to trim it out and finish it, or would need paint.

    I also have a sump, wet/dry, and some lighting also if you need anything with it. Will try to get pictures soon

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    Ill trade you a picture of some TR paly's and a bristleworm hair. Let me know dude.

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