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    Complete reef aquarium for sale

    Custom 125 gal glass tank and stand with canopy, up and running in my living room. Complete with all equipment including, coral, fish, live rocks, led maspect razor, power pump, ato with tank and pump, battery backup and much more. $ 3200.00 email deskjetdave@gmail.com thanks Dave weston

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    Sorry to here your selling.
    Best of Luck! Will spread the word.
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    Read. i got way too many tanks as it is, if you need to sell just live stock or dry goods, post and I will make a fair offer. A fish list would get me much more interested.
    Four individual systems Right now.
    Modified Red sea 250 with attached 20 gal frag system XR15 pro light on FRAG tank, combo t5 reef bright led on main tank, now @100 gal total mostly sps tank, auto WC, Custom life reef filtration system Fuge and skimmer. KALK ATO chiller mp10's.
    30gal red sea 130d lps/softies/anemone tank, kalk ato, reef bright led strip.
    40 quarantine set up.
    500 total gallon marineland 300 DD main system 18 months old now and stabilized. T5 VHO lights/ BLUE led strip, Fully custom built LIFE REEF sump and FUGE, AWESOME 60" tall skimmer, and 1000+ gallon rated custom Ca reactor, attached SPS frag system and LPS frag system.
    I am expanding into this one ATM bit by bit,

    Still lots to learn about the hobby but I have amassed a great collection of real beauties and a FRAG saw will be in my future I think. I have broken past the stage of keeping things alive and now there actually growing out. Which is a big hurdle for many beginners I must admit. Good information and advise is hard to get sometimes and the club has done wonders with respect to quality advise and help in the hobby.

    THANKS Orlando Reef Educators Organization!!!!

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    Same here. If you have the patience you’ll make more money partly out the tank.


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    Quote Originally Posted by trifonr View Post
    Same here. If you have the patience you’ll make more money partly out the tank.


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    agree

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    Firstly, sorry to hear your leaving the hobby, or for whatever reason your selling! But, before posting here on ORCA! First think about it, before making a hasty decision you'll might regret. Then consider the amount your asking $3200 is a lot of money. I'm sure everyone here can agree to that. It's probably worth that to you, the time or years it took you to put that system together. I hope you don't get upset but I've been doing this for nearly 15 years and most people today shop online, CL for deals. Most people already have a setup, and usually looking for a specific item like a skimmer, LED light, or a frag, a fish...etc. We are approaching Christmas and $3200 is a bit much.

    Suggestion: Look on Craigslist and search "saltwater aquarium or saltwater fish tank", look at entire setup and look at what these seller are selling for. You will see fantastic deals!
    Your not going to get $3200 for a 125G Yes it would be wonderful to sell all in one shot and get what you want, but ruling out parting, then 6 months later you'll be giving it away for $1000 if your lucky. Parted and set a number in your head what would be the lowest, if not don't sell it. I believe in my heart I'm not going to give it away to Joe or larry so he can resell it it and make money, that you could have made. My suggestion sell your live stock first. Don't get desperate, don't sell retail, but don't sell wholesale. Remember your livestock is healthy, no need to quarantine your fish with its worth a lot.

    Sell all Livestock Only Part A
    list fish individually with prices
    list corals individually with prices
    list invertebrates with prices.
    List appx. how many pounds of liverock you have.
    Sand give it away.

    Note: When all livestock is sold, then take put all your equipment in the garage and clean that tank and all equipment and make it presentable to post another thread Part B
    listing all your equipment individually with prices.

    Importantly, before you list your prices have your list and add that amount you are satisfied with. Who knows parting you might reach your $3200 when all is sold. Take pictures which is the most important. Honestly, I see an ad someone selling a 125g complete asking $3200 and no pictures I would think your crazy. Post on CL and other places or other forums. Don't limit your advertising to sell. There is also facebook and few groups you can join for free. Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtremeclownfish View Post
    Firstly, sorry to hear your leaving the hobby, or for whatever reason your selling! But, before posting here on ORCA! First think about it, before making a hasty decision you'll might regret. Then consider the amount your asking $3200 is a lot of money. I'm sure everyone here can agree to that. It's probably worth that to you, the time or years it took you to put that system together. I hope you don't get upset but I've been doing this for nearly 15 years and most people today shop online, CL for deals. Most people already have a setup, and usually looking for a specific item like a skimmer, LED light, or a frag, a fish...etc. We are approaching Christmas and $3200 is a bit much.

    Suggestion: Look on Craigslist and search "saltwater aquarium or saltwater fish tank", look at entire setup and look at what these seller are selling for. You will see fantastic deals!
    Your not going to get $3200 for a 125G Yes it would be wonderful to sell all in one shot and get what you want, but ruling out parting, then 6 months later you'll be giving it away for $1000 if your lucky. Parted and set a number in your head what would be the lowest, if not don't sell it. I believe in my heart I'm not going to give it away to Joe or larry so he can resell it it and make money, that you could have made. My suggestion sell your live stock first. Don't get desperate, don't sell retail, but don't sell wholesale. Remember your livestock is healthy, no need to quarantine your fish with its worth a lot.

    Sell all Livestock Only Part A
    list fish individually with prices
    list corals individually with prices
    list invertebrates with prices.
    List appx. how many pounds of liverock you have.
    Sand give it away.

    Note: When all livestock is sold, then take put all your equipment in the garage and clean that tank and all equipment and make it presentable to post another thread Part B
    listing all your equipment individually with prices.

    Importantly, before you list your prices have your list and add that amount you are satisfied with. Who knows parting you might reach your $3200 when all is sold. Take pictures which is the most important. Honestly, I see an ad someone selling a 125g complete asking $3200 and no pictures I would think your crazy. Post on CL and other places or other forums. Don't limit your advertising to sell. There is also facebook and few groups you can join for free. Good luck
    Best advice one can give


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