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Old 12-01-2011, 12:22 AM   #671
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Do like I did- look for a steal on Craigslist. I bought a full setup 125 drilled tank with 200+ lbs of LR in it for 500$. I sold the lights for 300$, the skimmer for 50$, the anemone out of it for 25$, kept the corals and the rock- and still have the tank for sale. In the end I will be getting paid to put some corals and 200+lbs of LR in my tank
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Old 12-01-2011, 12:24 AM   #672
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Brilliant...freakin brilliant.
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Ok. It's like a game of where's Waldo- but here's the lawnmower
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Do like I did- look for a steal on Craigslist. I bought a full setup 125 drilled tank with 200+ lbs of LR in it for 500$. I sold the lights for 300$, the skimmer for 50$, the anemone out of it for 25$, kept the corals and the rock- and still have the tank for sale. In the end I will be getting paid to put some corals and 200+lbs of LR in my tank
That is awesome! Great, great deal!
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Ok. It's like a game of where's Waldo- but here's the lawnmower
Hmm, I can't see the picture......
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Oops. Sorry. Lol
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Oops. Sorry. Lol
Cool, it looks like he likes to play hide and seek!
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Cool, it looks like he likes to play hide and seek!
Lol. Yep! But the algae is already starting to disappear!
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Lol. Yep! But the algae is already starting to disappear!
That is great! I am glad to hear that!
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So the carpet guy today hit my powerhead's magnet and it came crashing down on a rock. Then the fun started and it was like a chain reaction. Nonetheless I have a new rock layout and coral layout on the right side of my tank. Uggggggg
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