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Old 01-08-2005, 01:04 AM   #1
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Free stuff for my 55 :)

My friend at the LFS is moving and he is trying to get rid of some of his stuff. So when I mentioned I had the money to buy driftwood finally, he said he had some he'd give me for free!! So now I've got 4 beautiful pieces of that african type wood. Two pieces are already in tanks, and I need to cut the other two down so they can fit... or buy the used 29 gallon tank he offered me for $60.... MTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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CONGRATS! and what a great deal!
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Awesome. Good deal.
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Personally I'd buy the 29 gallon tank but in any case it sounds like a win-win scenario to me.
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thanks guys. I don't think the 29 gallon is going anywhere too soon so I am going to sit on the idea for a while. I don't think I could have yet another tank running just yet.
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Does the 'used' 29-gallon come with all of the accessories or is it just the aquarium?? If it is only the aquarium then $60 is WAY too much to pay for it. You can get 29 gallon tanks at PetsMart or PetCo for less than that.

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it comes with everything (top, lighting, filter, heater, thermometer)... still, I'd need to find room in my itty bitty apartment. I have a spot in my room, but I already have TWO tanks going in there PLUS I want to convert a small corner into my art studio (and I mean a small corner...this room is maybe 10x10 with desk, dresser, twin bed, snowboard, bike...etc...)
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