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Old 09-18-2011, 09:15 PM   #181
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Which tank? You posted like 3 lol I don't remember.
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:15 PM   #182
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Which tank? You posted like 3 lol I don't remember.
Lol the last one I posted..
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:18 PM   #183
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Can you go look at it and walk away if needed? It's really tough but it won't be worth anything if there are no lights, it has bad seals and the filter isnt functional for what you want.

The price seems fair if its all in mint like shape and there are some other goodies included. Like lights, sump, skimmer anything else...
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I wouldn't do it. The price is going to triple once you have the sand, LR, filtration, lights, etc. Try to get one that brings everything.
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Can you go look at it and walk away if needed? It's really tough but it won't be worth anything if there are no lights, it has bad seals and the filter isnt functional for what you want.

The price seems fair if its all in mint like shape and there are some other goodies included. Like lights, sump, skimmer anything else...
Ya if I can get my mom to take me to just look I will and if it's not something good for me then I will most definitely walk away from it.
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I wouldn't do it. The price is going to triple once you have the sand, LR, filtration, lights, etc. Try to get one that brings everything.
Oh ok....bummer it looks so nice
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I wouldn't do it. The price is going to triple once you have the sand, LR, filtration, lights, etc. Try to get one that brings everything.
What if I could get it down to 100$? I doubt I I'll but what if?
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I mean, it's still going to be expensive having to buy all those things, I wouldn't do it, but if you're willing to spend the extra money, then go ahead. Even at $200 it's a pretty good deal but just the thought of having to buy LR and lights makes it expensive.
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I mean, it's still going to be expensive having to buy all those things, I wouldn't do it, but if you're willing to spend the extra money, then go ahead. Even at $200 it's a pretty good deal but just the thought of having to buy LR and lights makes it expensive.
Ya that's true.....he said he'd go down to 150$...
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I'd check it out then. $150 and it may have mounted halides for all you know. lol And a filter.
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