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12/13/2017

Final update, only equipment left:

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12/5/2017  OLD

Hello everyone, 

I'm breaking down my 120 and want to sell everything. Individual prices are below, view the pictures and checkout the prices in the second link. Call or text 503 442 9901, I'm located in NE Portland. 

Pictures of corals:     https://drive.google.com/file/d/1D4kybOIzItbo5Tm3W5mpIXlufva923yX/view?usp=sharing

Prices (3 tabs)    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1So7YvpoZ_b5SCNRxV5GR-b4ljNM3BmID/view?usp=sharing

Overview of my setup:

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21 minutes ago, rentalcoot said:

Can I see the yodas

Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
 

Hello, turns out they are Rastas instead of Yodas, thank you!

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59 minutes ago, xmas_one said:

I’ll take the ATI if you part things out.

I have someone who spoke for this already, you will be second in line. Thank you!

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1 hour ago, Taylorhardy1 said:

I want the acans labeled 15,16, and 17, and the acros labeled 31 and 35

Hello Taylor, sorry looks like all of those are pending. 

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55 minutes ago, Tommy said:

Hello Taylor, sorry looks like all of those are pending. 

No worries. In a strange chain of events this morning, it's actually looking as though I have to sell my tank and tear it down. Was actually hoping to hear you say that.

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32 minutes ago, Taylorhardy1 said:

No worries. In a strange chain of events this morning, it's actually looking as though I have to sell my tank and tear it down. Was actually hoping to hear you say that.

That would be a shame - hope everything is OK.

Sorry for the thread jack Tommy - looks like you had a really nice system running - glad you are getting good interest in rehoming your livestock and gear.  GLWS

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43 minutes ago, albertareef said:

That would be a shame - hope everything is OK.

Sorry for the thread jack Tommy - looks like you had a really nice system running - glad you are getting good interest in rehoming your livestock and gear.  GLWS

Thank you for the kind words. 

I'm extremely sad that I have to break this down :teardrop:, but I hope to be back in Portland in a couple of years and setup another "smaller" tank. 

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Free bump for Tommy! He has some quality livestock and ridiculous cheap prices! That blue hippo tang is super healthy and a steal at $25! Wish I had the space. Thanks for the corals! 👍

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