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I have a waterbox peninsula 6025 for sale. With another baby on the way, I will have no time to tend to this beautiful tank. Bought it new from waterbox just over a year ago, retails for $3700. Asking $1900 or best offer for quick sale. It will include white stand, sump, tank obviously, and all plumbing. Please see waterbox site for all other the details:

60" length x 25" wide x 24" tall peninsula style tank
140g display, 40g sump
Starphire 19mm thick glass all around on 5 sides
Stand is 60"x24"x36" tall
Sump 36"x21"x16"
2 year warranty, I think 7-8 months left
All glass overflow
All seals are perfect, no chips or cracks
Some very small minor scratches mostly near bottom when cleaning sand bed
Local pick up only, Anaheim Hills 92808
Asking $1900!!!

Only tank, sump, stand and plumbing for sale
Livestock already spoken for, thanks

More details here:
Waterbox peninsula 6026https://waterboxaquariums.com/produc...31632408674413

I was debating between the Redsea 650 or this, and compared both side by side the waterbox is much better built than the Redsea. It has 19mm glass all around whereas the RS is only on the long side, and the cabinet on the waterbox is much better quality in material and stronger supporting sides at 1.5" plywood. I did cut out the 4" socks in the sump and put in a roller filter because the roller filter is 1000x better than sock filters, but I do have the baffles if you should ever want socks back.

Here are some pics, please let me know if you want certain pics. The glass tank requires at least 4 strong people as it's very heavy and I can help of course. It is still currently running as per pics so you are welcome to come check it out.


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FS: waterbox peninsula 6025


I have a waterbox peninsula 6025 for sale. With another baby on the way, I will have no time to tend to this beautiful tank. Bought it new from waterbox just over a year ago, retails for $3700. Asking $1900 or best offer for quick sale. It will include white stand, sump, tank obviously, and all plumbing. Please see waterbox site for all other the details:

60" length x 25" wide x 24" tall peninsula style tank
140g display, 40g sump
Starphire 19mm thick glass all around on 5 sides
Stand is 60"x24"x36" tall
Sump 36"x21"x16"
2 year warranty, I think 7-8 months left
All glass overflow
All seals are perfect, no chips or cracks
Some very small minor scratches mostly near bottom when cleaning sand bed
Local pick up only, Anaheim Hills 92808
Asking $1900!!!

Only tank, sump, stand and plumbing for sale
Livestock already spoken for, thanks

More details here:
Waterbox peninsula 6026https://waterboxaquariums.com/produc...31632408674413

I was debating between the Redsea 650 or this, and compared both side by side the waterbox is much better built than the Redsea. It has 19mm glass all around whereas the RS is only on the long side, and the cabinet on the waterbox is much better quality in material and stronger supporting sides at 1.5" plywood. I did cut out the 4" socks in the sump and put in a roller filter because the roller filter is 1000x better than sock filters, but I do have the baffles if you should ever want socks back.

Here are some pics, please let me know if you want certain pics. The glass tank requires at least 4 strong people as it's very heavy and I can help of course. It is still currently running as per pics so you are welcome to come check it out.


20191118_120240_resize_14.jpg 20200911_194359_resize_90.jpg 20200911_194331_resize_21.jpg 20210512_101748_resize_0.jpg 20191127_150452_resize_44.jpg 20210516_190134_resize_64.jpg 20210516_185904_resize_65.jpg 20210516_185707_resize_40.jpg 20210512_102200_resize_3.jpg 20210517_194257_resize_85.jpg pf-16fb4aea--SUMPPEN6025_1000x.jpg
What skimmer are you running in that tank?
 
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@Vstryker I wish you are on the East coast, glws.
A question about the roller filter, was it difficult to remove the original baffle from the sump? I am planning to get 6026 and really want to run a roller mat instead of filter socks
 
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This has been sold a few weeks back, thanks.

It was not that difficult to remove the baffles, just took my time with a razor blade to score the silicone and slowly cut it. All in, i would say about 40-50 mins to remove and clean up the silicone
 
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