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    • By gawf4fun
      Turnkey system.  Good condition.  Just add water... and some rock and substrate...
      Complete with Aquatic Life skimmer, Eheim return pump, Tunze powerhead for flow, cooling fan, 165 watt LED light, and heater.
      Easily $500 plus new, but it’s no longer new.  Everything works, name brand stuff, less than 40% of new.  $190 takes it all.
      Available afternoons this weekend.  Call or text questions to 503-381-4026.  Mark@mtkmeyer.com
      Thanks for looking.
      mark
       






    • By Michael
      got a whole bunch of this for free. small, and medium pieces. PM me if interested! will post when all out!
       
      Thanks
    • By Michael
      got a couple small pieces of kenya, should have some more from my other tank in a couple weeks probably. anybody in Vancouver WA, want them? in Oregon and really wants to make the drive? i commute to portland and can meet you somewhere sometime? 
       
      Message me and let me know!!! 
       
      keep on sharing the love guys! WooHoo!!!
    • By Yourmedic
      So here I am, the new guy to the sweet world of coral! I'm rocking a IT-2040 LED system on top of my 40B, slowly bringing it up. Right now, it is running at 35% max for 4.5 hours of the day. I have 2 frags that are at the bottom of the tank as to acclimate them to the LEDs. I have a few questions and would love all the info you have to throw at me!
       
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