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Red Sea 170 Full system breakdown - Chicago, IL - $30 to $1550

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Hello All,

The good news is I get to move to Germany. The bad news is I have to tear down everything and start over. It has be an amazing journey learning, building, and enjoying my tank. Here is everything I have to offer. Let me know if your interested in anything. Its all gotta go. I'm willing to ship most items but the RO/DI system, Reef Roller Mat, and tank + stand I can't. If your in the Chicago land area I can come drop it off for you. Note: The RedSea 170 is not normally able to take the Reef Roller Mat 500 however i was able to modify it so that it fit the roller mat and the protein skimmer. Unfortunately the ATO tank no longer sits in the normal location. Feel free to contact me with additional questions.

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Hello All,

The good news is I get to move to Germany. The bad news is I have to tear down everything and start over. It has be an amazing journey learning, building, and enjoying my tank. Here is everything I have to offer. Let me know if your interested in anything. Its all gotta go. I'm willing to ship most items but the RO/DI system, Reef Roller Mat, and tank + stand I can't. If your in the Chicago land area I can come drop it off for you. Note: The RedSea 170 is not normally able to take the Reef Roller Mat 500 however i was able to modify it so that it fit the roller mat and the protein skimmer. Unfortunately the ATO tank no longer sits in the normal location. Feel free to contact me with additional questions.

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Hi there I am interested in the Hanna alkalinity tester??
 
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Interested to hear what is taking you to Germany. I’d like to move to Europe myself! Can’t you pack up the small stuff and take with you? Just would have to get an outlet adapter of course.
Work is taking me to Germany. I have considered taking all the small things. There are a few reasons I do not. The first is when I move my first apartment will most likely not be the one that I stay in and so taking things would mostly mean there is more stuff I have to store and move around. Second, now that the euro and the dollar are very similar in price I see value in getting new equipment there. Third, when I do settle down and do this again I plan on having a larger tank and much of the equipment I have would be undersized. The item I hesitate on is the Apex system. That will only get more expensive, especially with he state of supply chain. Also with the energy crisis in Germany I don't expect to have a ton of disposable income.
 
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I got it in February but didn't start running it till I upgraded my system to a larger ATO in April.

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