View Full Version : 75 Gallon Complete Setup-Will Piece Out-Everything Has To Go


Huckleberry
12-30-2005, 6:14 PM
Hi. I'm going to Law School and unfortunately, I can't take my 75G reef with me. I'm thinking about downsizing. Anyway I have a really good system, everything has got to. I would rather someone take it all at once, but if no one does I'll certainly peice it out. Obvioulsy, however, if I'm going to do that the livestock has to go first. Here the best comprehensive list I can come up with.

Livestock:
Purple Tang
Pyschdelic Mandarin
Yashia White Ray Shrimp Goby
Brittle Stars
Red Sea Star
Gigas Clam
Derasa Clam
4 Leather Corals (Finger, Mushroom, Sinularias)
LPS-2 Platygra Brains, Symphillia Brain, Hammer, Purple Tipped Frogspawn, Candy Cane, Plate Coral, Purple Tipped Elegance
Coral Banded Shrimp
Pistol Shrimp
Various other little inverts

About 115 pounds of Fiji Prmium Live Rock
40 pounds of Fiji Pink Live Sand

Hardware:
75g Oceanic RR Aqarium sitting on a mahogany stained stand
Current USA Nova Extreme T5 Lighting System
2 (seperate) Current USA PC lighting Systems (all the lights have built in moonlights)
CPR AquaFuge Pro with built in Protein Skimmer
Cannister Filter
Various Supplies

I'm sure I've forgotten somethings, but my whole establishment is for sale. If you have an interest in the whole thing please let me know, or if you want to make an offer on anything in particular (especially the livestock) Price is certainly negotiable. I'd be happy to provide pictures of any or everything. It's been a great system I would love to keep it, but I just can't.

I can be reached by email, nmeeks1083@bluebottle.com
AIM: SMTE94
Phone: 770-605-2884.

I look forward to hearing from you. Be happy to answer any questions I can or pass along pictures. Have a good one.

NAM

slowburn57
12-30-2005, 7:20 PM
About what price are you looking for if someone bought everything ?

Joe

Huckleberry
12-30-2005, 8:09 PM
I'd say probably $1050 if you really wanted everything that I've got. If you wanted to pick and choose among what you wanted and what you didn't, I could probably shave some off of that.

Huckleberry
12-31-2005, 2:34 PM
There's been a lot of pricing questions. Here's a rough price list, certainly negotiable if you are buying more than one item:

Fish and Corals-$20 a piece or $50 for any three
Clams $25 or $40 for both
T5 Nova Extreme-$200, $175 if buying other things
CPR Aquafuge Pro-$200, $175 if buying other things
Ehiem Cannister Filter (needs new filter media)-$20
Tank & Stand $300
Live Rock is $3 per pound or $300 for all 115 lbs
Live Sand is $20 for the lot of it
MaxiJets Powerheads $10 each
UnOpened Current USA Satellite PC (2x65W)-$45
Slightly Used Current Satellite PC(2x65W)-$35
Heaters-$10

Again let me know if you want to see pics or anything like that. Have a good one.

NAM

eadamshuff
01-01-2006, 11:29 AM
I am interested in seeing what you have.

Where do you live and when can I do that? I would be up for today - New Years Day.

Elaine

770-313-3514

Huckleberry
01-01-2006, 2:43 PM
I just wanted to give everyone an update on what is left.

Livestock:
Purple Tang $20
Mandarin $20
White Ray Shrimp Goby $20
Pair of Pistol Shrimp $20
Several Peppermint Shrimp $5 each
Coral Banded Shrimp $5
Branching Hammer Coral $20
Purple Tipped Elegance Coral $20
Purple Tipped Hammer Coral $20
Gigas Clam $25
Derasa Clam $25
Button Polyp Colony $15
Platygyra Brain $20
Fighting Conch $5
Queen Conch $3
Snails and Hermits $.50 each
Live Sand $30 for all 40 pounds

Hardware:
Tank and Stand $300
CPR AquaFuge Pro $175
MaxiJet Powerheads $5 each
Cannister Filter $20
Current USA Satellite 48" Power Compact System-1 new $35 , 1 used $25
Current USA Nova Extreme 48" T-5 Lighting System $200
Heaters $5 each

Let me know of any questions or desire for pictures. Have a good one. Happy New Year. 770-605-2884 nmeeks1083@bluebottle.com AIM: SMTE94

Nick Meeks

myreefisgonnabreakme
01-03-2006, 4:06 PM
Could you send me or post some pics of what is left. I would be interested in the whole push, if there's much left.

seabisquit2
01-03-2006, 5:42 PM
any updates?

Huckleberry
01-03-2006, 5:52 PM
myreefisgonnabreakme: if you send me your email address I'd be happy to send you pictures of whats left.

Everyone: Here is what it has come down. Someone please come by the live stuff so I can shut this bad boy down and get to work on my cube.

Livestock:
Live Sand
Maybe a couple of pounds of rubble rock
Brittle Star
Serpent Star
Fighting Conch
Queen Conch
Branching Hammer (green only/no purple tips)
Purple edged Plate Coral
Derasa Clam

Drygoods/Equipment:
Tank and Stand
CPR AquaFuge Pro
t-5 lighting system
used pc lighting system
cannister filter
MaxiJets
one heater

Thats about the jest of it. Be happy to answer questions. Look forward to hearing from you. Have a good one.

NAM

Ms. K
01-07-2006, 9:24 AM
Is the derasa still available? What size is it?

Huckleberry
01-19-2006, 1:27 PM
Okay folks. Sorry if you have been trying to get in touch with me. It has been an incredibly busy few weeks for me with the end of the year and beginning a new year and all of that good stuff. SO again I'm very sorry if you've tried to reach me and been unable. I haven't been pruposefully ignoring you. Here's what I have left:

48" Current USA T5 Nova Extreme 4x54W System with about 4 months on the bulbs and unit as a whole-$200

48" Current USA Satellite PC System About 1 month on the bulbs and unit as whole-$25

75G Tank and Stand-$300

CPR AquaFuge Pro-$175

A few pieces of misc equipment, this and that, that I will probably give to whomever buys the tank. Supplements, nets, etc, etc, etc.

Please let me know if you are interested or if you have any questions. Have a good one.

NAM

Huckleberry
01-19-2006, 1:28 PM
And a spotted mandarin that needs a new home.

bob30329
01-19-2006, 7:53 PM
em on the mandarin

seabisquit2
01-20-2006, 6:22 PM
250.00 for all?

Rick Parker

kappaknight
02-12-2006, 11:06 PM
Is the tank still available?

hopkins
02-18-2006, 9:01 AM
Hey kappaknight,

I dunno if Huckleberry has contacted you or not, but I thought I'd let you know we bought the tank and all the livestock he had left at the end of Jan.

Glad to say all the livestock are doing great after the transfer. 0 losses.

And if Huck is still reading - thanks again. The family's having a blast.

kappaknight
02-18-2006, 9:33 AM
No he hasn't replied but thanks for the heads up! That makes it a lot easier for me.