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Looking for some live rock.

Post by davEjones on Fri 21 Oct 2011, 10:03 am

I thought I had a pretty good amount of live rock in my tank until I added the engeneer blenie. That sucker dug all the sand out from under it. Looks really weak now. I'm looking for some or any live rock. If anyone can help or know of a place I don't have to pay 8$ a lb for it would be nice. Thanks.

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Re: Looking for some live rock.

Post by J.Davis on Fri 21 Oct 2011, 10:30 am

Dave..
I'll have some more sometime next week... but it will be clean"Dead Rock". I wouldn't add a bunch all at once.. but gradually over time. I'll post it when I get it along with price... WILL be alot cheaper than $8 per lb!


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Re: Looking for some live rock.

Post by bigdogdaddy05 on Fri 21 Oct 2011, 10:45 am

HEY JUST TO LET YA KNOW I THINK LOANSTAR AQUARIUMS IN TYLER HAS LIVE ROCK READY TO GO AT 6-8 DOLLARS A POUND I AM PRETTY SURE AND IF YOU BUY 20 LBS OR MORE I THINK IT IS 5 DOLLARS A LB BUT GIVE THEM A SHOUT TO DOUBLE CHECK THE PRICES (903)316-5639 NOT BAD ON PRICES COMPARED TO OTHER PLACES BUT ALSO WHEN I WAS STARTING OUT I CHECK CRAIGSLIST IN DALLAS BECAUSE I DROVE THROUGHT THERE ALL THE TIME AND THERE IS A GUY IN GRAND PRAIRE AREA THAT ALLWAYS HAS SOME FORM 3-4 DOLLARS A LB AND IF YOU ARE BUYING BULK IT SAVED ME ALOT

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Re: Looking for some live rock.

Post by davEjones on Fri 21 Oct 2011, 10:47 am

Thank. I'll look into those.

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