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Old 03-27-2007, 11:22 AM   #1
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Where can I get quality dry base rock? I ordered from Hirocks before to mix with my liverock and was satisfied wit that. I just have too many corals and I need to trade out some of my coral rock for base rock.

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I love my Marcorocks . It is great stuff and relatively cheap.
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More photos of Marco's rock if interested.
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I should take a pic of mine. I still have a full box. I'll get some pics up by the end of the weekend. I just built a PVC framework to attach it.
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I love my Marcorocks . It is great stuff and relatively cheap.
I agree. I`ve heard great reviews.
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I agree! Everything I have heard about Marcorocks has been very positive. The poeple that I have talked to have been very happy with both what they purchased from him and his level of service. I say go for it I doubt you will be disapointed!!
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I have rock from highrocks too. It's a little more dense than I'd like. That Marco's rock is the best looking base rock I've seen. Looks much more porous, and useful than the hirocks.
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