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  1. trickedout900

    Maddhatter, I have no intentions of separating the 220 at this point it time. If someone wanted all the livestock so I could drain it then maybe but all of the equipment will be a package. I don't have the time to sell it piece by piece. It's all paid for to me so if it sits there empty for ten years I could care less. I'll loose my tail on the sale of it anyways. As for corals, the tank is full of softies, leathers, gsp etc. It also has a monster Passer Angel and a large Huma trigger. I have some other corals from the 400 posted in the marketplace and will likely be posting more in the near future.
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    Hey Muttley, I believe it's a very old version of the MTC skimmer but no it's not the one like you have. I have updated it with the new venturi and waste collector though. I'm not 100% sure about the exit but I have very little time between work and travel. I have lost 1000s of dollars in corals over the last year because of it. I may end up going fish only on the 400 that way it's easier to maintain and less likely to loose money.
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    220 Gallon tank with 3 ocean revive led lights. Monster skimmer with waste collector, acrylic sump, pump and heater. Has a bunch of soft corals and quite a bit of rock. Looking to sell as a complete setup, currently in wall so you will need to modify the stand or supply your own. This is the only pic I have handy on it, it's pretty much the same equipment, the rocks are different and it has a whole bunch of algae now. The tank is drilled at the top center of back. Asking $1000 for all of it.
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    New never used sump. It was cracked upon arrival. I repaired the crack but never tested it. It may need some additional glue or sealant applied to it. If you are on a tight budget or want to save some money now is the time, assuming you are willing to put in a little work if needed. Originally bought for $379. Asking $75. Still have the box it was shipped in as well. Local pickup only, located in Fort Wayne.
  5. Hey guys I've been a workaholic lately and my tank has gotten away from me. It's time to thin out my corals. I have two 20+ head colonies of green hammers up for sale. Asking $75 per colony only because I need them gone, you won't find a better deal for this big of colony. Also have a bunch of leathers, Devil's hand, Cabbage. All different sizes. $5 to $50 Brain coral $40 Green SPS (pocillopora or something like that) $20 a colony Located in Ft Wayne, not able to ship or deliver, available most weekends for pickup. No trades at this as I am likely exiting the hobby in the near future. Serious buyers can reply and I will watch for it in my inbox. Thanks for reading
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  7. Fishtrap, requires patience but works like a champ. My lfs even has a loaner one so you ask them or check around the local clubs.
  8. trickedout900

    Do you still have the queen?
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  10. trickedout900

    Id get the Apex first. As far as Wireless goes you don't really need Wireless right out of the gate, you can connect it to your router and then just run it through a website. that's what I do. I have the gold package still don't have the wireless no need for it. As far as the MP40 goes you can only put it in one position although it doesn't have wires on it it's One Direction. The jaboes do burn up but you can buy 3 to 4 for the price of a mp40. Ive bought 6in the last five years, only two of them have burnt out. My mp40 makes noise all the time but i do love the no wire factor.
  11. trickedout900

    I think Muttley was referring to it's cost vs some of the others. A gallon of BRS Soda Ash costs 20 bucks but makes 8 gallons of solution;)
  12. trickedout900

    I think Jesse forgot about this thread. Started in April, still no winner. Maybe its just a joke? I check all activity every day and 90% of the time this thread covers the whole page. Has this forum really come to a bunch of random babble in a thread with no direction? Im not trying to be a jerk Im just disappointed in the forum.
  13. trickedout900

    Thats wicked. Great to see the hobby giving back.
  14. trickedout900

    Nice looking piece,good luck with the sale.
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    You can get away with putting plates up higher as long as they are on a flat surface, however with the way they stretch out and grow its generally best to keep them on the sand.
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