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76 gallon oceanic half round complete set up

Discussion in 'Equipment For Sale, Trade or Want to Buy' started by Sasquatchluvin, Sep 26, 2017.

  1. Sasquatchluvin

    Sasquatchluvin Copepod

    76 gallon oceanic half round tank with canopy and custom stand you can put on any surface/stand. Also have a unfinished custom corner stand.
    Full Apex system
    30 gallon 3 section sump with over and under flow, filter mount and filters, ato float
    40 gallon frag tank with overflow
    40 gallon tank with out overflow
    20 gallon square tank used for ato
    30 gallon eclipse all in one tank used for quarantine tank
    Brute 45 gallon cans with transfer pumps
    1 freshwater
    1 saltwater mix
    Spectrapure 90 gpd RODI
    Danner mag 12 return pump
    Danner mag 18 return pump
    Reeflo blowhole return pump (new)
    Reef octopus 150 internal skimmer
    1 ecotech mp10wes with wireless driver
    1 ecotech mp10es
    Tunze 6095 power head
    Tunze 6105 power head
    Via aqua powerhead with jbj quadra wavemaker
    4 AI SOL blue LED Lights with controller
    4 Aquaray blue LED strip lights
    5 via aqua 100w titanium heaters and 2 or 3 older glass heaters
    Aqua medic quad doser with calc/mag/alk
    A bunch of test kits
    2 refractometers
    A bunch of rock
    A bunch of pipe and fittings
    And any thing else in my basement that has to do with fish stuff
    $3000 OBO
    I have pics upon request (because I don't know how to post them)
     
  2. Sasquatchluvin

    Sasquatchluvin Copepod

    oops I meant $2000
     
  3. Sasquatchluvin

    Sasquatchluvin Copepod

  4. Off The Deep End

    Off The Deep End Marlin M.A.S.C Club Member

    Wow nice setup I really like the half round!
     
  5. Sasquatchluvin

    Sasquatchluvin Copepod

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