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    Looking for a 25"x25"x18" which is a 40 cube with overflow. I know its a long shot but im in no hurry.
    i could do a trade for a 12g nano with custom DIY LED set up, it would be ready to go. but the catch is you would get it after i broke it down lol.

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    EMUreef - Reefkeeper
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    opps and thats a 45 cub not a 40

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