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A nice AGA dual stage stainless steel reg and new swagelok valve with all the fittings- 80$
Reg is used.

I have two of these:
Coralife Aqua light pro 24", 2x 65W 8800K bulbs, 10,000K and 8000K HQI bulbs -220$ wire suspension. Look near new.

Ocean clear filter with biomesh media and pleated cartridge-40$

The rest are pick up only:

38 Gallon rimless tank, stand, Rena 3 filter packed, bulkheads no siphon tubes for this tank, and light pole for suspension lighting.
250$

I have some seiryu rock and petrified wood: free

Excel 20$ a gallon

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Tom Barr
 

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Dibs on the regulator for sure. Rocks you can spare if you don't mind shipping to SoCal.
 

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Rock and petrified wood. Just let me know the shipping to MA and I can get you the $$$.
 

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OC, is gone, the wood/rocks, the reg.

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Dangit. That's an excellent price on the reg.
Maybe it's a good thing I somehow missed this thread :(
 

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Got them today -- thanks Tom! Great regulator in great shape, extremely nice valve. Thanks for the rocks, too!
 

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Still have:

Nice large foam blocks, 4"thick, 25x18" -10$ each
Coralife 24" aqua light pro: 220$(380 new)
Coralife aqua light pro 48" 300$(600 new)
Both have plant specific bulbs, wire suspension which would run another 100$

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Just curious what the foam blocks are for. Is it for a filter, or is it the kind of insulation foam that people carve and cover with cement to make natural looking backgrounds?
 

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Filtration, I guess you could make it into bio scaped material and flame it to shape.
Some folks used large blocks and make filters out of the background itself.

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Tom Barr