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Old 10-03-2012, 02:36 AM   #61
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A 75 gallon with a overflow, a wet dry sump, a 800 dollar coral light system that works, custom stand, 250

A 20 gallon wit bio wheel filter, light, broken hood 10 bucks

A 10 gallon hood lights heater air pump 20 bucks(not that great of a deal but they run 40 bucks new here and I turned it into my qt)

I'm in talks now for an 100 gallon custom stand hood lights for 80 bucks

A 55 gallon with everything for 100 bucks
I just got a 150g drilled with all the plumbing, on a stand 2 light fixtures (1 six bulb and 1 4 bulb) with extra t5's, sump, pump, crushed coral, & sand for $100
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:39 AM   #62
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I just got a 150g drilled with all the plumbing, on a stand 2 light fixtures (1 six bulb and 1 4 bulb) with extra t5's, sump, pump, crushed coral, sand for $100
That's ridiculous !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good deal. I got a 90 with stand , t5's, skimmer, external pump, wet/dry sump for 200.00 I put about 500 into it already though. Bangs head
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Old 10-03-2012, 02:49 PM   #63
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Here are a couple of mine..

120g (48x24x24) that was set up for SW. Came with the lights and a Pondmaster 2400 pump (no sump). $350, sold the lights for $200 so I had $150 in the actual cost of the tank. Put another $75 in a DIY 29g wet / dry and media and eventually sold it for $350.



125g (72x18x22) with stand and glass tops. $250

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Old 10-03-2012, 05:09 PM   #64
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17 tanks ranging in size from 2 1/2 gals to 55, with filters, lights, hoods, and tons of other stuff for $300
Going to look at it in an hour
It was an angel breeding setup- hopefully I'll turn it into a guppy breeding farm with half o the tanks or so, at least one shrimp tank(one of the 2 1/2s), at least one betta with the fives, and a few other displays, as I want peacock eels, cories, angels, and a bunch of other fish!!!!!!!! So excited
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Old 10-05-2012, 01:56 PM   #65
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Not nearly as good as emerald76 but I just picked up a 75 gallon with glass lid, and really nice stand, Aquaclear 110, tons of goldfish food, 4 tall 10 dollar plants, a big 40 dollar rock ornament, 3 10 gallon tanks, 1 20 gallon tall tank, 1 40 gallon breeder tank and metal screen lids for them all, 5 bottles of pond chemials and 10 various large goldfish for $100. I had to throw up the 75 gallon in the garage until I can figure out what to do with goldfish lol.They told me they picked up 10 small feeder goldfish out of the same tank at the lfs and they are all different looking. 2-3 of them are almost 6". One is a short round one with long fins and white.

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Crazy deal I really wish I had room.
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Old 10-12-2012, 03:03 PM   #67
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Crazy deal I really wish I had room.
$275! You can make room!!!!! That coffee table doesn't match the couch and chair does it? Lol
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Old 10-12-2012, 04:24 PM   #68
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$75 for a nib 6 stage ro/di, plus $25 in gas to pick it up. I think I did ok
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It wasn't on Craig's list but I found it on Facebook it's a 100 gallon with lights, stand, filters, lids, heater, and piranhas for $200.
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Old 10-13-2012, 09:01 PM   #70
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A guy on CL wanted $15.00 for a 20 g tank. I wanted it for a breeding tank. I asked if it had a filter, hood lights, and so on. He said it had a hood but no lights. So he dropped the price to $10.00 I figured if it leaked I could reseal it and it would be good to go. I get there the filter was brand new in the box, castle and caves, submergible heater, flat rock, and a hood, new can of fish food and I found a light set in my basement. The tank dose not leak. Very good deal for me.
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