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    Drilled 90G tank

    I have a drilled 90G tank that I'm not using and I need to make some space in the fish room. I bought the 90G from an ORCA member for $75 and I'll let it go for $50 OBO. I filled the 90G with freshwater and let it sit in the garage for several days to test the seals and they held. The back of the 90 is painted black, the drain is on the left side of the tank when facing it, and I would say that there are some scratches on the glass. Unfortunately due to a new arrival I won't be able to take any pics unless you want to come over and help me move it I would gladly trade it for items that take less space. Hit me up if you're interested.

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    New arrival??.... Someone have a new tank in the works?

    Man I would love to up the space to a 90 from my 65g, but space here in the house is so tight now with 4 tanks running... I just can bring myself to move the bedroom set outside, it's just too warm out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daimyo68 View Post
    New arrival??.... Someone have a new tank in the works?
    Since you called me out, I started a tank thread here: http://www.o-r-c-a.org/forum/showthread.php?t=18774

    If memory serves, your 65 is a Oceanic Tech series which make such hot tanks, but if you decide to move the furniture outdoors, I hear hammocks are the way to go.

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    Hmm. I must be asking too much for this tank. Let's try a new lower price of $25 for ORCA members.

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    Wow, that worked. Tank is sold pending pickup. Thank you very much.

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    Awesome sale.
    Tank/equiptment-90 gallon reef with 6x54watt T5, euroreef vs135 skimmer, 20long sump/fuge , 2x mp40w es.
    Inhabitants- Chromis, Hippo Tang, Arch eye hawkfish, three stripe damsel, (2) ORA extreme misbar ocellaris clowns.
    Corals- SPS, LPS and softies...nothing too crazy.

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