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Old 10-15-2009, 12:09 AM   #1
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Just wondering...

I am thinking about selling my tank or trading for a 30G or so fresh water setup. What would be a fair asking price?


Its a drilled oceanic 58G tank with a 20G long for a sump and a decent black stand. The sump has plates in it for a bubble trap.






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Dang I wish I could have bought that! Nice tank.
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depends... what do tanks like that go for in your area? how much did you pay for it? Around here, being drilled and having a sump, you might get $200-250... its probably worth more, but its hard to get much out of tanks because of the amount on craigslist... just a thought, but why not make it a fw setup?
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Old 10-15-2009, 10:11 AM   #4
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I know here in NE Ohio must of the SW set-ups I have seen have ranged in price from about $350 to $900+ (on craigslist)
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Old 10-15-2009, 11:58 AM   #5
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your signature says you was going to make a reef out of it wat made you change your mind just wondering....... 58 gal is a great size for a salt tank bit deep of a tank tho but why the loss of intrest in a reef....
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I cant do it where I live and I dont see me being able to move anytime soon and its in the way.
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wats wrong with your location?
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Ah man.. that stinks that you aren't going to go through with the reef . For a tank like that? I would definitely ask for 150+ It has a nice overflow and everything. If it was going for 150 i would buy it. Assuming i had the money at the time lol.
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I live in an apartment complex on the 2nd story plus there is just no room. When I get into a house I will do a reef setup. But for now I think I will just stick with FW I am sure like a 30G FW would be fine in there.
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