Discussion in 'Welcome!' started by daddio, May 17, 2017.
Like I said...
I live in SF, busy life before the summer break keeps me here.
Reading you are looking for a tank and a sump too...
I have a tank, stand and a tank to convert to sump plus the skimmer, all yours if you want them; need a little elbow grease but would make a great system.
That is very generous! I have a lot of extra elbow grease!! What is the best way for me to get them?
Cell/text (650) 619-8447
BTW, how many gallons?
Tank is about 100g, center overflow, plexi. Been busy with work so I stopped working on it but is coming along really nice. Will pm info...
I have some equipment that you might be interested in, I will link you some pics tonight.
HI On the Reef
Sounds good! You can text to (650) 619-8447 or email GreatHomeRepairs@yahoo.com
Mark, it was great to meet the both of you. I meant to mention that I have an old 55g glass sump with baffles. I got it on Craigslist and it didn't leak but, when I filled it after getting it home it leaks. So, not sure how much effort you want to put into things but you can have it. Otherwise, I will end up tossing it.
Enjoy the gear, the 100 is a really nice tank when it's running.
It was great meeting you! I think I will have to pass on the leaking glass sump- But thanks for the offer! We could definitely use some rock if you have any left over.
Completely understand on the leaking sump. Yes, I should have some leftover rock. Let me know what your timing is. Right now it is sitting in A Rubbermaid tank fully cured.
We can be ready anytime-very flexible
We have a hood that you could mine for the 2 MH fixtures and working bulbs. It has some fans in it as well. We also have an Euroreef PS and might still have the impeller.
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Mark B and Peter, welcome to the club. It was great to talk with you both at the frag plug event. I hope that you really enjoy our group. Everyone is so generous with frags, equipment and great advice.
Thanks! It was great to put some faces with the names and a big THANK YOU! to everyone that generously gave my son some corals. He loves them all.
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