View Full Version : 220Gal with ALL eqyuip....$1,000 or $850 if paid by Sat.

04-28-2008, 2:50 PM
Hey guys, need the tank gone ASAP, and also need the cash, so if anyone pays for it by Sat, $850.

Picks are in my previous post, use the search, don't have my old comp to upload them.

Call my cell for fastest response 678-697-8792.

04-28-2008, 9:00 PM
What all comes with it now? Also is $850 the least you will take for it? Have you cleaned the tank? Does it still hold water?

04-29-2008, 2:45 AM
Yes, 850 is as low as I can go, listed on Craigs for $1,000, It holds water, haven't cleaned it, I was unable to flip it over with my friend, comes with everything minus Skimmer:

Tank: All Glass, no scratches, 7ft x 2ft x 2ft, Drilled with 6 holes, 2 corner overflows.

Stand & Hood: Custom built, nice granite designed wood

Lights: Icecap Ballast. Model 660, Electronic ballast.

2 VHO Bulbs about 5ft in length. (This ballast was designed to run 4 VHO bulbs)

Pumps: (2) Little Giant Pumps Model 977446

Previous owner bought 2 pumps, but they were too powerful, so it only runs on one pump, . you can sell the second pump, or keep as a bonus.

Filter: Ocean Clear Filter, this is a very good filter

Timex Timer Model 12/810

Aquanetics UV Sterilizer

Protein Skimmer, I am not sure of the brand but comes with a design at the top with 3 pointed ovals, the pump that ran the skimmer was a Sedra Powerhead, Model Ksp5000, 500Gal p/h, the impeller needs to be replaced.

There is also an additional Powerhead Pump, Model S UL, came with the set up, I don't know the make or model, but I do know it pumped out over 100Gal in less than 20min from the living room to a tank 20ft away.

04-29-2008, 10:06 AM
3 pointed ovals... Sounds like the Euro-Reef logo..

05-01-2008, 1:40 PM
Sorry, I cut and pasted, the skimmers is gone.........

05-05-2008, 1:51 PM
$700 if I can get the cash by tomorrow am

05-05-2008, 3:28 PM
I can't believe someone hasn't jumped on this! I sure would if the tank wasn't the size of my house!!

Bump for a great deal!!

05-05-2008, 11:38 PM
$600 cash! I'll give it to you tomorrow (Tues).

05-06-2008, 7:15 AM
$600 cash! I'll give it to you tomorrow (Tues).
Good luck eric:thumbs:

05-09-2008, 2:02 PM
Sorry guys, been sick last couple of days, I really need $700 Eric, srounge up the last $100 and it's yours.

05-09-2008, 2:09 PM
These are pics of the tank, unfortunately, the tank is DIRTY, after taking it down and transporting it, I was unable to flip it over to clean it, the algae is dried up and so is the sand, but the tank weigh about 350-400lbs, it's solid GLASS. No leaks.

05-14-2008, 9:37 PM
Tank: All Glass, no scratches, 7ft x 2ft x 2ft, Drilled with 6 holes, 2 corner overflows.


That would be a 210 gallon tank if it is 7 feet long.

05-15-2008, 8:58 AM
last guy here told be it's 220 from his calculations, anyway, I don't think 10Gal isn't going to make a big difference considering out of the 8 to 10 people who have called, the end result has been the tank is too big, I wonder if they would reconsider if I told them it's 10 Gal smaller than I originally stated?????............hmmmmmmm

But thatnks for the update, how to dou convert to gallons? I was blacked out in Math class.

05-15-2008, 9:19 AM
LxWxH in inches all divided by 231. Comes to 209g, but that tank is designated as a 200g, with 180g being 6x2x2 and 210(or 220 depending on brand) being 6x2x2.5 and so on. every manufacturer has a different designation for standard size tanks as well so its not a big deal.