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Old 01-13-2013, 02:32 PM   #11
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I do all of my stuff online through deals and steals I find. Has treated me very well. He would probably be the closest thing to me in terms of deals like I have heard about, since he is whole sale. There is a guy in Kittanging sells coral as well, but never been.
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Glass Cages makes decent tanks. People always knock them, but I believe these people to be far too picky, considering the money saved. I'm on my second tank from them. I was pleased with both of them, which were about half the price of everyone else.
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I was looking at them Doug. I'm thinking that I would run into the issue of where they would ship it to. I'm 2 miles from a town, so I'm not sure where they would freight a 100 gallon tank to locally for me. Haven't made it to that step to call them.
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Look for starphire glass on aquariums built with less iron in glass. You lose the green look for much clearer glass,corals look better.Deep blue,glass cages offer starphire glass little more but worth it if going new.
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They truck the tanks to a variety of places. I picked mine up in Allentown, Pa., which is about an hour away from me. For a 100 gallon tank, all you need is you and a buddy. I had to call 6 guys to help with mine. Looks like the closest place to you is 3 hours away, in Carlisle. I've driven 3 hours one way before for the hobby.....
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