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Old 09-18-2013, 01:27 AM   #11
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If you are trying to save money then skip out on the live rock entirely and buy dry rock. Doing that lets you skip out on any potential nasties that could come in with live rock as well as saving heaps of money. Check out Saltwater and Reef Aquarium Supplies - Bulk Reef Supply for a nice selection of dry rock. Either way buying uncured live rock or not you will still have to cycle the tank and while it might take a little longer to cycle dry rock you will likely be saving close to $200

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