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i have good perfect working Eshopps S-120 protein skimmer for sale.upgraded  mine so i dont need it no more. picture is for reference but looks identical 

the specs are as fallowed :

Item # Model Diameter Total
Height
Footprint
(LxW)
Pump use Tank Usage
18040 S-120 5" 17" 7"x6" SE-200 40-120g Tank

 

asking 100$ obo thanks for reading

 

 

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