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Old 10-12-2006, 10:19 AM
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Large Fish Tanks for Sale

I have 2 large fish tanks I'm looking to unload:

90 Gallon: complete set up. Tank, Hood, Cabinate Stand, Light all matching black in color. 2 Canister Filters - one Hang-On-Tank, one Eiheim. Fluidized bead filter with powerhead. New heater. Gravel. Has everything you need, just add fish!! I'm asking $500 for this one.

125 Gallon: Tank and iron stand....both are black. $250.

Both tanks hold water and were only drained out about a month ago.

I would even consider delivering as I have a small pick up. It would really depend on location, but we could kick that arond later.

You could start to save $$ by buying eels in bulk....
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Old 10-12-2006, 12:11 PM
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Could I keep a sbft in it? Mid winter sashimi!
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Old 10-13-2006, 11:37 AM
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what the lawn started to suffer or are you in anticipation of leaf raking that makes you part with your hobbies. maybe its for $$ for steelhead tackle. maybe since eels are going illeagal your dumping the contraband. im amazed at your so many hobbies how do you ever get time to fish. between work, fish carvings, costa rican realty, ring shopping, lawn care and mini marine biology, how do you have time to call on us to witness you land the biguns. my wife would kill me then you if i brought home a 125 gallon tank. im afraid to know what else is in your house or in that mind of yours.
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Old 10-13-2006, 12:03 PM
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I assume the 90 setup is freshwater, yes? And, what shape/dimensions does the 125 have? Thanks!
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Old 10-14-2006, 08:33 AM
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It's really the job that takes up all of my time...allowing my hobbies to suffer!!

The 90 I had set up for fresh water, but it would be a great saltwater set up. I kept Koi in it, which required huge filtration....due to my overcompensation you have all the filters to do salt if you wanted to.

The 90 measures 48"L x 24"H x 18"W
The 125 is 72"L x 21"H x 18"W
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Old 10-15-2006, 03:44 PM
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No comment on the ring shopping????HHMMMMMM

add petting zoo, illegal reptiles, to the list. I also question what else he harvests with that green thumb of his... Not bad for a part time "Work Force Capital Consultant"
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