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I am looking to sell my complete planted show tank. It’s a 180 gallon Oceanic tank that includes glass canopy, oak stand, 4 light strips that run 2 bulbs each (4 power compact and 4 florescent - 504 total watts), two ehiem canister filters, UV sterilizer, heater, CO2 regulator, one 5lb CO2 tank, one 10lb CO2 tank, CO2 reactor, PH meter/controller, light timers.

This is a completely planted tank that is up and running so I will also be getting rid of the all the plants and fish. In addition the gravel, driftwood, rocks, brand new spare PC bulbs, and containers of ferts go with the tank.

I’m looking for $1,250 for everything. Please feel free to email me for additional information.
 

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Looks beautiful! Best of luck finding a buyer. I live close enough to Columbus that I am tempted myself, but I'm pretty certain my wife would not want me spending either the time or the money. My 410 gallon planted aquarium keeps me fairly busy and my other critters also have their demands. I hope that you can find a hobbyist who can do justice to the hard work you have already put into your creation.
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A note to all. This thread is being allowed because the user was part of the Aqua Botanic forum merge and somehow lost their post count along the way.
 

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I love your big tank.

I just purchased the last parts I need to set up a 120. Planted.
I live in Gahanna and I wish I'd seen this before I got the 120.

I would like to see it if you care to show it off and give me some advice on how yours is put togather.
 

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$800 is almost giving it away! Wow, someone is going to get very lucky!

Unfortunately, I'm in Texas so I can't even dream of having it.

Free bump for incredible tank and price!
 

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Wow!, thats one beautiful tank. I don't have the money right now, or the space, but why would you ever want to sell such a beautiful piece? As Complexity said, $800 is giving that away! My first tank I had was a 14 gallon BioCube, and somehow (I don't even know how...) I managed to get myself up about $700... I even thought your first price was a bargain, I thought this would be at least $2000.

Good Luck with it!
 
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