Auctioning My AGA RR 75 and Stand

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  1. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Well tomorrow, November 15th, I have to move across town to a cheaper apartment.
    Sadly this tank has been sitting in my attached greenhouse awaiting funding which I still don't have.
    So I am putting this on the auction block.

    This is a reef-ready tank that only had water in it briefly for a water test. It needs love.
    I just don't have the money to fill it. :p

    The only thing wrong with it is there are a couple cracks in the plastic frame from prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. However, AGA was cool enough to send me new frames which are still sealed in the shipping box. AGA says it's not too hard to fix, but does require some elbow grease and agility with razor blades to remove the old silicone. I was going to Euro-Brace it.

    Because of this, I am letting this go for a song. The minimum asking price is very low.

    Shipping is not an option, buyer must pick up in the East Bay of Northern Cali.

    Let the bidding begin!

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  3. inwall75

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    I wish I lived in California
     
  4. Matt Rogers

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    Hey jump in the car, it's the weekend..
    You'll be here before you know it! ;D
     
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    Well, I am glad there are no bids yet.
    I am closing this auction.

    After moving most of my stuff into the new place including the beast of an aquarium, I love where it is now.

    I DON'T WANT TO SELL IT ANYMORE! ;D ::)

    It looks great.
    I am going to get it going now.
    Gave it a lot of thought and all I need is a pump for the Remora Pro, sump, and a sump pump.

    The lights I can swing with what I have - a 150 halide pendant and a coralife ballast and waterproof endcaps for a couple 50/50s. Yeah that's not a lot of light, but I have seen a 150w halide on a 75 before and it was packed with softies with the biggest leather coral I have ever seen. So, that's where I'll start.

    Just have to bite the bullet and replace the frames on the tank! :p
     
  7. Craig Manoukian

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    I'm glad you get to keep it! Have fun and post lots of pictures of your progress!
     
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  9. Matt Rogers

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    Thanks Craig! I have a lot of things to do lately! ;) ;D
    (Had to come to work to get online - I am an Internet Junkie!)
     
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    so do you still have your tank? well let me know if you do how much do you want for it?
    thanks lance
     
  11. Matt Rogers

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    It sure looks good in my living room, but I am pretty broke. Send an email if you are serious and live in California.
     
  12. Craig Manoukian

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    Welcome Lance and be sure to join us here as a member of 3Reef.com