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Hi all...I'm moving and the girlfriend says that 150 gallons is enough for the new place. I know...it sounds crazy, but what can I do. Anyway...I'm selling a 40 gallon reef ready that I have had for about 7 years. I used it for my first reef before upgrading to the 90.
It is a great reef tank because it's somewhat deep for its size. It has all the bulkheads for the tank, built in overflow, painted a beautiful light blue on the back, and has a stand to boot.
The tank is in good condition and the stand is all wood in fair condition.

I move this weekend and would love for someone to take it off my hands the first $50 takes it.

Please email me at [email protected]
Thanks!

Bill.
 

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Thanks everyone...this has been sold.
After some serious thinking, I'm going to get rid of another tank as well. I have a 56 gallon (not a typo) that is under 6 months old in new condition that I had an Octo in. It's the only tank I've ever seen like it, and would be perfect for a reef. It's deep and tall,(rather than shallow and long like a 55) with stand. I paid 240 for the set up but will let it go for $150 (Tank and stand). I think it's a perfecto.
The more I pack, the more I realize how little room I'm going to have. I need a tank just a little smaller. I would consider a trade for a nice 29 tall with hood and stand. Please email me at [email protected] in interested.
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Bill
 

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Bill,

I do have a drilled out 29 gal tank, but I am thinking my wife won't let me get another tank. But I am guessing we can work something out with a skimmer or something.
 
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