WTB Saltwater starter setup in/near Mass

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  1. shanet1975

    shanet1975

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    My family and I are interested in starting our own saltwater aquarium. We're going to start out with fish and liverock at first as we are all brand new at this. I went to the local store and found out that it is quite expesive to get started. Wondering if there is anyone in or around Massachusetts that is looking into getting rid of a nice starter setup? I was looking at a 45 gallon tank and stand which is as small as we'd like to go, but beggers can't be chosers :) If you have anything, let me know. I'm at [email protected]
    Thanks for your time....
     
    shanet1975, Mar 22, 2006
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    Try a craigslist.org select a city close to you and see whats available.I looked under boston and found this one others
    http://boston.craigslist.org/fur/144077713.html
    Looks like it was fresh water,Light would be good for now.Not sure on the filter change the graval for sand and add Rock.wont be much more than I posted earlier
    ready to go http://boston.craigslist.org/for/143809920.html
    alot more to are listed
    Also if you have petco close to you they may have good prices for equipment.
    438 Southbridge Street
    Auburn, MA 01501
    508-721-2241
    Just dont bye the livestock
     
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    Thanks again. There is a petco almost on my way home from work. I'll swing in there and check it out tomorrow. I'll let you know how I make out.....
    Again, thanks for all your help...
     
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