Reef ready glass tank with black trims and stand, glass top, Deep Blue return pump, wet-dry sump, big UV sterilizer, all hoses, water heater, T5 HO light fixture and few miscellaneous. Asking $400 OBO.
75 Gallon Drilled tank. Overflow is in rear left corner. Comes with wed/dry full of bio balls, and pump. A few accessories as well. 350 obo
Light is being sold seperately. This was on another tank. It is 36 inches and has four moon lights, 1 250 halide and two actinics. one actinic does not...
Has anyone ever heard of an Oceanic "Tech" tank? What is the difference between the tech tank and a reef ready tank? Actually, what makes a tank made by Perfecto, Oceanic or All Glass better than the other? I saw the matching stand price for a tank I was checking out, now I now why...
Hey everyone i have a brand new deep sea aquatics tank and stand and canopy with sump f/s. The tank is a deep sea aquatics 140 gal drill closed loop and also reef ready tank. the stand is also deep sea aquatics with four doors two big ones on the front and to very big ones on the sides. the...
Oceanic 75 Gallon reef ready tank (corner overflow) with stank and Sump for sale. Asking $200 (obo).
Local pickup only.
Tank measurements are:
48 inch wide
18 inch deep
21 inch high
stank measurements are:
48 inch wide
18 inch deep
32 inch high
Items for sale ....
(1) Vortech MP40 Wireless looks like new as you can see from Pictures $350.00
Vortech Backup Battery Pack supports MP40 for up to 30 hours with no power. Can run two Vortechs off one Battery Backup. $110.00
(2) 40lb Bags of Live Sand $20.00 each
(3) 20lb Bags of...
I have a neighbor who has a 125 not reef ready tank she wants to give away (although if someone has a 30 or something to trade that would be welcome)
All I know about it is it's a 125 with a wet/dry, HUGE uv sterilizer, HOB skimmer, and probably just cheap lights. It looks like it might have...
I have drilled tanks before on the back panel, but would really like to get a new tank and drill the bottom pane. I have researched different brands, and found a couple manufacturers that make a tank with non tempered bottom glass.
here are my questions"
1). Are there any true structural...
I am thinking of getting a 90 Gal Reef ready tank (48x18x25) I would like to drill in a closed loop but I am not sure were the best place to put drains and returns. Do the drains go in the bottom and returns in the top? how many returns? Any help would be great.
Ok, here it is. My first ever attempt at a reef tank. In fact, this is my first venture into saltwater at all. Tank and most equipment was a great find from a freshwater enthusiast. I had the skimmer in my garage, and bought the 2 maxi-jets with upgrade kits.
90 Gallon All Glass Aquarium...
I have seen some nice stands and canopies like CRVZ's.
I would like to see some more to get some ideas on building one. Epecially those that are really finished off and those made with minimal tools and have a finished look. And my minimal tools I mean no table saws or routers just a circular...
OK latest brain storm.
30G Oceanic Cube / Stand - $300
Deltec MCE600 Skimmer - $500
Current USA 250W MH - $300
2-3 maxijets (OWN)
Litremeter for ATO (OWN)
100W heater (OWN)
Salifert test kits (OWN)
1 bag of Natures Ocean sand
20-30 lbs of LR
What do ya think? Missing anything
You know - I am still debating on the 28G Nanocube or a bigger tank. I know I wil lget bored of the Nanocube eventually since it can only house maybe 2-3 small fish and a few corals.
I confirmed the electrical issue will cost allot to do and its probably out of the question.
With a TV, DVD...
Woohoo! I finally get to upgrade my tank!!! :banana:
I currently have a 46 gal bowfront that we converted from fresh water to salt water last October and I've wanted to upgrade since like 2 weeks after we set it up! It was my first salt water tank and I got PC lighting for it not knowing that...
Has anyone ever used 'compression couplings' in place of unions on overflow plumbing under the tank? I want to be able to remove my bulkheads if it ever became necessary and if I use unions it defeats the point as I cannot find any that are thin enough to fit through the bulkhead holes.