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FS: Bubble King Mini 180 (Needs new pump), Skimz sv203, Bubble Magus NAC6, Vortech MP40wQD, Kessil A360N



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Hi, I'm looking to purge some equipment now that I have downsized to a smaller tank. I would much rather sell this locally, but would consider shipping the Vortech at your expense. Pickup in Pacific Palisades (Los Angeles), CA.

SOLD Bubble King Mini 180 Skimmer: $250
Skimmer body/housing/cup is all in great condition. The pump might work if given a new impeller/ceramic bearing, but I don't want to tinker with it, so I am pricing this as if the pump is completely shot. You should be able to purchase a brand new Red Dragon pump for less than $300. This would get you in a Bubble King for half of what they cost new.

Skimz sv203 Skimmer: $200
Fantastic DC motor skimmer with speed control. Discontinued, but works really well. This was very lightly used on my last tank and then kept in storage for the last few years.

Sold Bubble Magus NAC6 Skimmer: $80
Works great. Reliable, simple skimmer that I used on my frag tank. Also makes a good backup skimmer. Lightly used.

Sold Vortech MP40wQD: $200
Could probably use a new wet side, but works fine as is. Way too much flow for my Reefer 250 tank.

Kessil A360N with mounting arm: $220
Great light. Cleaned up, works perfectly.



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