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Old 01-12-2013, 01:00 PM   #81
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The water line is dictated by the black overflow box that is siliconed to the inside of the tank. I think BRS has a video showing how to do the whole thing. Very useful! It's the best way to go by far.

I love the look and function of a 20 long.
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Old 01-12-2013, 01:09 PM   #82
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Yeah I just haven't decided what I want to do. I found a nice looking 30 gallon salt water setup with sand and rock for 300 but I don't think it is worth that much.
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Yeah I just haven't decided what I want to do. I found a nice looking 30 gallon salt water setup with sand and rock for 300 but I don't think it is worth that much.
It sounds like a good deal to me! I saw a 40 gallon bowfront sw setup go for $700 last week.
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it is a 30 gallon with live rock and sand and a filter and a regular all glass brand lid and light
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it is a 30 gallon with live rock and sand and a filter and a regular all glass brand lid and light
Do you know what kind of lights? How many lbs of rock? Any livestock? Depending on those it may be worth it.
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He said it has 50lbs of rock and 30 sand no livestock I'm guessing just regular t8 light
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here is the pic he emailed me

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He said it has 50lbs of rock and 30 sand no livestock I'm guessing just regular t8 light
I have a T8 and a couple of coralife compact fluorescent on my 10 gallon and I would like to make them better. Are you if you're wanting to do FOWLR, it may be worth it considering it has the rock and everything. If you're wanting corals or still want an anemone then you're going to have to update the lights. You should ask for specifics about the lights or pictures of the bulbs and/or fixture. Then you should definitely try to haggle and talk him down.
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Yeah Im going to offer 200
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Yeah Im going to offer 200
Good call. I think that without any livestock and lights that won't support corals that's the very most I would pay. hope it works out! Anxious for you.
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