Someone go grab this!

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  1. Fenix

    Fenix Guest

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    I would but there is no way I can move it myself :( (single woman)


    https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/zip/5861581317.html

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    condition: good
    make / manufacturer: Red Sea Max
    model name / number: Red Sea Max 250
    size / dimensions: 20" x 40" x 55"

    We are moving our San Francisco office and are looking for a good home for our aquarium. It is a Red Sea Max 250, 65 gallon saltwater tank in excellent working condition. All accessories included. If you can move it, it's yours free of charge!
     
  2. roostertech

    roostertech reef noob

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    Probably long gone
     
  3. monkeybiz

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    whoa, good deal
     
  4. Fenix

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    I just hope it goes to someone who will use it and not flip it for profit. I hope it gives someone great pleasure either way.
     
  5. Calde0920

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    I emailed them
     
  6. gabloo

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    If someone got that setup and looking to get rid off those rocks for cheap then please let me know :).
     
  7. Calde0920

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    I have base rock going for cheap
     
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    Base rock is dead and dry live rock is cured and full of bacteria
     
  9. Vhuang168

    Vhuang168 Supporting Member

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    As I understand it, base rock is used for the base. Its not as pretty and nicely colored or structured as pukani for eg.
     
  10. Calde0920

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    This is a good question
     
  11. Fenix

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    OK so I'm super sad. Today this person contacted me and asked me if I wanted this tank .

    I very carefully loaded up bins and buckets and towels and ... forgot my siphon.

    I drove into the city found parking in an area that's terrible went up to the 16th floor to get this tank and couldn't bring it home .

    it's really nice and it comes with a lot of really nice rock and miscellaneous equipment.

    I won't be able to go back as I have a wedding to attend this weekend .

    I let the person know I wasn't able to take it and told them that I would ask Cara if one of you guys wants it.

    Let me know if somebody is able to get it I believe he said Friday.

    It's big and heavy and completely assembled there's about 6 inches 6 to 8 inches of water in it and a small sand bed.

    It's on the 16th floor and the street corner is very busy and there's no place to park.

    Let me know and I'll hook you up with the information I'm
     
  12. Calde0920

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    I would love to go pick this up
     
  13. Fenix

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    I sent you the info good luck
     
  14. Calde0920

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    Thank you again
     
  15. enaldy

    enaldy Supporting Member

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    do you thing it is still available? I am planning on upgrading my 28gl nano cube.
    I would love to get it!!!!!!
     
  16. Calde0920

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    Yes I will be picking it up tomorrow looking forward to it
     
  17. enaldy

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    Oh man, I thought I would upgrade my tank :):).. Good luck thou.

    :(:(:(
     
  18. neuro

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    6-8 inch of water in it?! And a sand bed?

    Any amount of water, let alone sand is really tough to move. I hope you are able to bring friends and best of luck!
     
  19. tankguy

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    I was just thinking the same thing. Sounds like a messy move
     
  20. Calde0920

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    I'm going to siphon all the water scoop up all the sand into buckets place the rocks in bins and move it dry. I do not want to risk moving this tank with any weight on bottom panel
     
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