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FS: Eheim 2213, CO2 setup, 40G breeder, more

Hey, all - I'm in the process of getting out of the hobby (at least for now) and am looking to unload some equipment. All things on this list are assumed to be picked up - if you want me to ship or meet you someplace, we can certainly discuss that too (I'm in central Fort Collins).

*Eheim 2213: SOLD

$40.00
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*CO2 regulator, reactor, and Airgas tank: Milwaukee regulator, 5# CO2 tank, and DIY PVC (clear) reactor (plus able to be opened for cleaning).

$50.00
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*40G breeder aquarium: SOLD

$20.00
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*Miscellaneous rocks and manzanita:
100+ pounds of rock (take whatever you want), 5+ branches of 18+ inches.

$10.00
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*Eco-complete: More than 50#. Been in this tank since 2004. No idea what to charge, so make me an offer you think is reasonable.


Go ahead and ask whatever questions you might have here, but definitely PM me if you're interested in something. Thanks.


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wow, killer deals. if you were closer i'd be very tempted to pick some stuff up (and my wife would kill me).
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Just a bare regulator or dies it have a bubble counnter and such. Great price by the way Im definatly thinking about the CO2 stuff
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Just a bare regulator or dies it have a bubble counnter and such. Great price by the way Im definatly thinking about the CO2 stuff
No solenoid or true bubble counter on it - just a regulator with a DIY soda bottle alternative. The CO2 tubing runs into my reactor and I used that to count bubbles for awhile, but there was enough turbulence in there enough of the time that I switched.

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What kind of rock is it?
Great question. I'm not geologically inclined in the slightest and have no idea. Two different types... The first is jagged, gray, pre-river river rock (i.e. rolled off the mountains and down to the Poudre, without going in to get smoothed out). It looks good in a jumble, and when I kept loaches they loved the hell out of it. The other type I got free from a local landscape supply yard (the guy laughed out loud and told me to just take it when I told him how much I wanted) - more rounded, dark gray, with some white and red areas.

I'll get some pics posted when I have a chance...

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Great question. I'm not geologically inclined in the slightest and have no idea. Two different types... The first is jagged, gray, pre-river river rock (i.e. rolled off the mountains and down to the Poudre, without going in to get smoothed out). It looks good in a jumble, and when I kept loaches they loved the hell out of it. The other type I got free from a local landscape supply yard (the guy laughed out loud and told me to just take it when I told him how much I wanted) - more rounded, dark gray, with some white and red areas.

I'll get some pics posted when I have a chance...
And here you go.


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And here you go.

Thanks for the pic. I actually have a ton of that at the moment. I am looking for something like Lace rock etc. for my 40B
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