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Complete 72 gal Bow Front Setup for Sale

Discussion in 'Equipment For Sale, Trade or Want to Buy' started by ErieRich, Nov 3, 2018.

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  1. ErieRich

    ErieRich Copepod

    Greetings,


    After enjoying this hobby for a handful of years, I have unfortunately found myself severely lacking in free time to take care of my aquarium. So, I decided to sell everything I’ve got. I can piece it all out, but I would really prefer to make a deal and just sell it all to one person. I’m thinking $600 for everything listed here sounds like a fair price, but I am willing to listen to offers. Please PM for more info.

    Livestock:
    2 clowns (~ 1.5-2” each)
    Yellow Tang (~3” long)
    Blue Tang (~4” long)
    Valentin Puffer (~2” long)
    Royal Gramma (1” long)
    Associated snails and crabs (turbo, nassarius, red/blue leg hermits, etc.)
    Emerald Crab

    Equipment:
    72 Gallon Bow Front tank with overflow and glass lid
    Matching black stand
    48” T5 lights
    Eshopps WD100 wet/dry filter (currently just using as a sump, but I have new bioballs)
    AquaC Urchin protein skimmer
    Whisper 40 air pump
    Two Eheim Compact+ 3000 pumps
    Two misc pumpheads
    ~100 pounds of live rock
    200W heater
    300W heater
    ATC refractometer

    Misc:
    About 75 gal of salt
    Complete marine test kits
    Extra filter material
    Misc cleaning and maintenance supplies
    Fish Tank-01.jpg Fish Tank-02.jpg Fish Tank-05.jpg Fish Tank-06.jpg Fish Tank-07.jpg Fish Tank-08.jpg Fish Tank-09.jpg Fish Tank-10.jpg Fish Tank-11.jpg
     
  2. andre

    andre Copepod M.A.S.C Club Member

    If you decide to part out, I'm interested in the yellow tang.
     
  3. Gabe&Brandi

    Gabe&Brandi Copepod M.A.S.C Club Member

    Same goes for the Blue!
     
  4. JuanGutz

    JuanGutz Marlin M.A.S.C Club Member

    I’d be interested in the branch rock.
     
  5. ErieRich

    ErieRich Copepod

    Thanks for the interest everyone. Someone came and picked up the whole setup today.
     

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