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FS: Wet/dry filters, Ocean Clear canister filters and Hydor heaters

Discussion in 'Trades, swaps, sales' started by Tom Barr, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. Tom Barr

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    Used about 2 years

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    30$ ea, ship included.

    OC 325 but also has a massive chemical insert so you can fill the entire volume with media, includes the 4 cartridges which run about 40-50$ each and are relatively new, can be rinsed and bleached to clean.
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    100$ + actual parcel USPS ship

    Newer OC 375 with the newer remote ballast, comes with a used UV bulb and a NEW UV bulb plus the UV bulb in the unit(fairly new, about 6 months usage).
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    150$ plus actual USPS parcel ship

    CPR wet/dry, easy to seal off for planted CO2 enrichment.
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    Comes with the Lifeguard 220, 200W heater etc.
    120$ + actual ship charges

    Lifereef wet/dry filter tower plus your 1 Gal tank or 20 gal etc.
    80$ shipping included.

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    What is the size of the smaller hydor? will it work with standard eheim tubing? I had to modify my 5/8" one and would like to avoid that.
     
  3. Tom Barr

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    They are the 300W ETH 5/8" sizes, not 1/2".
     
  4. Tom Barr

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    Sold the heaters, the rest is still fer sale.
     
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    Can those Wet/Dry serve 110gal tanks?

    Once I'm done paying certain Manzanita order I'll get back to check on both Wet/Dry...

    Pepetj
    Santo Domingo
     
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    No rush, they are still here.
     
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    Can both serve 110gal tanks? I need two Wet/Dry for two four footers (48x18x30). That's what I need to clarify and get ready to purchase them from you.

    Pepetj
    Santo Domingo
     
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    Putting these beneath a 4 ft tank is a real squeeze.

    Jim
     
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    I had one each under a 2ft 60gal cube tank:)

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    The CPR 900 was under there and the tank 24" long.

    The 10 Gal is less, about 20" long, and the CPR is about 20-21", the height is about 21" under the stand.

    So one could get them both under the 48" long tank depending on the stand.

    You only would need the CPR for a 48" long tank though.
    No need for the Lifereef.
     
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    I had one each under a 2ft 60gal cube tank:)

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    The CPR 900 was under there and the tank 24" long.

    The 10 Gal is less, about 20" long, and the CPR is about 20-21", the height is about 21" under the stand.

    So one could get them both under the 48" long tank depending on the stand.

    You only would need the CPR for a 48" long tank though.
    No need for the Lifereef.
     
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    Sorry, I meant the OC filters. No experience with the W/D.

    Jim
     
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    You can easily get a OC and the CPR under a 48" long tank, plenty of space. 2 OC's even.
     
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    I tried putting a NuClear (similar size) plus T4 pump underneath my 48" and it was one serious wrestling match and left little room for anything else. I'm sure anything is possible but I found it to be a serious shoehorn event that I abandoned. Now using the T4 to pump up from my basement storage tank for water changes so it wasn't a complete loss. NuClear is sitting in shed outside never used.

    I now have a Eheim 2078, Eheim 1260 and 20lb CO2 cylinder occupying only half my undertank stand area with plenty of room on the other half for storage of food, nets, etc.

    Jim
     
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    It's always easier to install a Wet/Dry when setting up the tank (my case). As long as it fits inside I'll work around it. I don't intend to bring it our ever. As long as everything is carefully assembled and adjusted these are truly low maintenance filters.

    I'll follow Tom's suggestion and use no filter fiber pad in the tray. Sealing it with whatever works well (duct tape maybe?) to keep CO2 from degassing.

    Pepetj
    Santo Domingo
     
  15. Jorge Garza

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    Question on Ocean clear filters

    Do you still have the 2 ocean clear filters available? can you contact me at peackocks@gmail.com , I am interested.

    Thanks
     
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