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Old 10-09-2012, 05:25 PM   #521
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Craigslist: Aquarium 40 Gallon Breeder Tank http://anchorage.craigslist.org/for/3324769317.html
I got my 55 with stand for $125.

If it was $1 per gallon, plus 100 for the stand... That'd be $140... I'd want to see the stand in person. If it were me I'd offer $100 and see what he says. Then go up to $125. It's up to you how much you want to spend. You will most likely have to replace the light bulbs in the hood (due to their age). IMO, The tank looks like it's really clean and taken care of.
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Heres another
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Old 10-09-2012, 05:35 PM   #523
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I got my 55 with stand for $125.

If it was $1 per gallon, plus 100 for the stand... That'd be $140... I'd want to see the stand in person. If it were me I'd offer $100 and see what he says. Then go up to $125. It's up to you how much you want to spend. You will most likely have to replace the light bulbs in the hood (due to their age). IMO, The tank looks like it's really clean and taken care of.
So is there anything special about breeder tanks? Is it ok to have a use breeder tank as a community tanks, with schools of tetra and what not? I like the idea of the fish being able to swim in multiple directions and having more open swimming space other than vertical.
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The 200 gallon tank for $800 is actually a good deal if it comes with other stuff like fish decor and heater filter and stuff like that
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Old 10-09-2012, 06:23 PM   #525
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I thought they stopped doing the goldfish for the fair? I also like the wedding 'decorations' you get a goldfish in a vase.
That's where I got my first fish, and my start in aquariums. My mom came home from a wedding with a goldfish in a bowl that held...maybe.... a cup and a half of water (the measurement) plus some shiny pebbles
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220 gallon tank
Stand
Hood
Lights
2 Cascade 1500 Canister filters
1 Pool Filter for polishing
3 Aquaclear 110's
1 Powerhead
Food
About $300 worth of decor
3 power strips
Gravel
7 Oscars
1 Tinfoil Barb
2 siphons
RO Kit
Magnet for glass cleaning
Extra lights
About $100 worth of chemicals
And the tank is only 8 months old.
All this for $750
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220 gallon tank
Stand
Hood
Lights
2 Cascade 1500 Canister filters
1 Pool Filter for polishing
3 Aquaclear 110's
1 Powerhead
Food
About $300 worth of decor
3 power strips
Gravel
7 Oscars
1 Tinfoil Barb
2 siphons
RO Kit
Magnet for glass cleaning
Extra lights
About $100 worth of chemicals
And the tank is only 8 months old.
All this for $750
Sounds too good
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Sounds too good
I know right!? But I'm for real that's everything and the price.
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Fish Shaped Fish Aquarium Tank Bowl 1 Gallon

your kidding me right like this is a viable fishtank
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your kidding me right like this is a viable fishtank
I like how it said 'fish that don't need a filter or heater'
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