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    Considering a New Build

    Welp...I've decided that my utilities bill has not been nearly high enough for a couple of years, and it's time for me to think about getting back into the hobby so I can waste money that I don't have. For now, all I am looking for is a glass tank between 75-150 gallons, reef ready, with a nice stand and canopy.

    Let me know if you have something and what your asking prices are.

    PM me for my number so you can send me pics of what you have.

    Thanks everyone
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    I have my 120 that is still running with everything but rock 2x2x4

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    Quote Originally Posted by 719bloodhound View Post
    I have my 120 that is still running with everything but rock 2x2x4
    What kinda condition? Can you text me pics? 719-321-7795. And what are you trying to get for it?
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    Bout time!
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    I just ordered a 160g with stand, canopy, and sump from ATM today. Should be here sometime next week. I am now looking for rock, sand, and "how to tips" for building a rock wall. TIA
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    Talk to @Joe about the rock wall he's done a few and learned some tips and tricks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirblit View Post
    Talk to @Joe about the rock wall he's done a few and learned some tips and tricks

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    He's the man for sure, but I know he's also SUPER busy. He may be able to point me to a good "how to" videos though. I just know that there have been a lot of changes in materials used, and tips and tricks over the past couple of years. Joe does an amazing job; I love how he makes holes for the power heads even.
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