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Old March 17th, 2006, 03:56 PM   #1
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This tank is a 65 gallon oak look trim tank,stand is matching and so is the light strip. Comes with a Penguin Bio wheel 350 filter more than enough for this tank various cleaners and food. Has african ciclids in it and a sand bottom and large rocks this is the ideal set up for african ciclids. The fish are :
1X Frontosa
1X Large Yellow lab
1X Rock krobensis (sp.)
1X Large Zebra
1x Johani
2x Clown Loaches
all where purhcased together as babies and very healthy and great colors. Since they are in sand they act as if they where in the natural environment so they dig and move sand with there mouths very fun to watch. Reason for selling is we want to downsize. Asking price is 150.00 , I have that much in the fish and filter alone.

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Forget it. See pictures now.
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is that a salt water set up or fresh....... i think one of my buddys would be real interested. its a good deal. id buy it if i had the room.
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is that a salt water set up or fresh....... i think one of my buddys would be real interested. its a good deal. id buy it if i had the room.
its a freshwater setup but the african ciclids are very close to saltwater fish because of the lake they come from, in fact I mix a little salt water mix when I do water changes. Pet stores sell a premix african ciclid salt to mix in. The colors are just as good as saltwater fish.
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what are the dimensions of the tank with the stand? how hard would that be to move? I live about an hour away.
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its 4ft across and about 5 feet high 2 feet deep its very heavy with the sand in it we could take it all out and it would be easy to move , I can move the tank empy myself.
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is that a salt water set up or fresh....... i think one of my buddys would be real interested. its a good deal. id buy it if i had the room.
Filters etc are interchangable b/w fresh and marine/salt. You could use his setup, sell the fish and replace with marine if that's where you were going.
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thanks for the info. i was lookin to stay fresh water, i have a 20 gallon setup now.
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I had a saltwater tank and used the same type filter for years before I went with a reef system that required a wet dry filter system. If you keep just fish that filter would work out great for you.
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