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Old 10-31-2004, 07:30 PM   #1
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Is this an ok price?

I've decided that I'm most likely going to get this setup no matter what, but I'd like to at least get a few opinions on it... I'm setting up a 75g saltwater right now and I found a guy with a 30g reef who wants $350 for it. Here's what it has:

-30g AGA tank (only 6mos old; no cracks, no leaks)
-Custom wood stand/canopy (painted glossy black)
-190w VHO lights (1 50/50, 1 actinic)
-35lbs Fiji liverock (all completely purple!)
-40lbs CaribSea Aragonite sand
-two Maxi-Jet 600 powerheads
-one Maxi-Jet 1200 powerhead (new in box!)
-150w Ebo-Jager heater
-Mag-Float glass cleaner (the medium-sized one)
-five baseball-sized Finger Leather corals (ready to swap!)
-one softball-sized neon green Open Brain coral
-one colony (about 50-60 polyps) green/purple zoanthids
-several large green hairy mushrooms
-several purple hairy mushrooms
-one rock w/15 large purple/green Ricordia polyps
-one 3" White-striped Maroon Clownfish
-one 3" Six-Line Wrasse (eats flake foods!)
-one Skunk Cleaner Shrimp (molts every two weeks)
-two golfball-sized Turbo Snails
-a few Scarlet Reef Hermits
-enough Oceanic salt to make at least 25-30 gallons of saltwater
-one Aquarium Pharmaceuticals Saltwater Master Test Kit (only used about 15-20 times)
-a floating thermometer

He lives 10 minutes from here so it'd be easy to transport. Eventually I'd like to move the contents of the 30g over to the 75g anyway. I need to buy extra sand and rock for my 75g so I figured this might be an ok way to go. All the inhabitants look healthy imo. What's wrong with having 2 tanks anyway right??? Let me know what you all think on that price.
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i think that this is a fantastic deal, definitly jump on it!!!!! the livestock alone is probably worth more than that...
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my thoughts as well
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Yes I agree jump on that now 8O
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Old 10-31-2004, 09:16 PM   #5
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Wish I had that! Go for it.
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