WTB 90 or 120 RR Set up - Carolina Fish Talk
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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-31-2019, 08:59 AM Thread Starter
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WTB 120 RR Set up

Hey Guys and gals,

long time no talk. Just popping back around because it is time to renew the salt itch. I am settling into my house and career now and would like to move back up to a nice sized set up, hopefully with out having to pay new tank prices..

I am looking a 120 with a 48l x 24 x 24) footprint.

I am looking for a tank/stand/canopy if I can find all three. Sump would be nice. Skimmer/ lights/ pumps arent as big a priority since I can Frankentank parts together with my decade old collection. (Wow... it really has been that long...Where does the time go?)

Let me know if you have something coming up, or if you hear of someone looking to make a move since it is the time of year for upgrades and cleanings!!!!

Missed you guys!!
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Could I interest you in a custom 90 RR 36x24x24 Starfire glass made by Custom Aquariums? Stand with controller mount area built in on right side, emerald 26 sump, and canopy with access doors on all sides. Stand and canopy are black, black background. Also the overflow system takes up none of the 36x24 footprint



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Could I interest you in a custom 90 RR 36x24x24 Starfire glass made by Custom Aquariums? Stand with controller mount area built in on right side, emerald 26 sump, and canopy with access doors on all sides. Stand and canopy are black, black background. Also the overflow system takes up none of the 36x24 footprint
Thanks for the quick reply.. but I am not interested in a short 36" footprint. I am looking for a 48-60" rectangle for the space and what I am planning on having live in the tank.
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TTT. Mostly decided on a 120.. anyone got one they are breaking down?
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Check this thread man if you need skimmer, scrubber, light ... etc.
https://www.carolinafishtalk.com/for...y-updated.html
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How about a 150g tall RR, very nice stand and canopy. Message me if interested 8289628783
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How about a 150g tall RR, very nice stand and canopy. Message me if interested 8289628783
I am really upset I didnt get a notification for your pose since I am subscribed to this. I would have loved to talk about your 150. As it is now. I actually set up a 120 on Monday.

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