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Old 08-06-2008, 07:03 AM   #11
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Dan - do you have a lfs that carries used items? I have one close to my house that carries these types of things. You would have to clean it really well with a vinegar soak, but it would probably save you lots of money. Just an idea.
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my LFS's arent too good

i am hoping that my luck willl change when i move to Mizzou (University of Missouri-Columbia) i have been on the phone with the owner of a place called Columbia Pet Center (2/3's of the store is tropical fish) it sounds like a good place - i am buying 5 baby atum angels (they are so cute)((i sound fruity)), and some pearl gourami's for the new 55 gallon and a baby sailfin pleco for the 10 gallon that will eventually be moved into the 55

i jsut really need a python because h20 changes in the dorms are difficult to do

and heck - no woorries about hijacking the thread

ill ask about used equipment

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you can put one together yourself from the hardware store for probly around 20 bucks.
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you can put one together yourself from the hardware store for probly around 20 bucks.
yes indeed if you can find the critical part locally
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Waterbeds usually come with the same facet adapter the python uses. It came with the added bonus of not being made out of plastic. Also Petsmart sells the facet adapter separately for about 8 bucks I think.
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