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Old 09-08-2007, 06:06 PM   #11
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well when I bought 22lbs of live rock (this was a year ago) and it cost me $28 somthing for shipping...

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The comment about dr foster and smith is facutally inaccurate. While shipping supplies there charges may very well be under 15 dollars however livestock and live rock is a totally different story. Live rock for instance they charge 1.39 pound to ship it and there is no cap on that delivery charge

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equipment for new 75

I do agree with pinkie. I bought 270Lbs of sand, a 6 foot lighting system and some other stuff, shipping was $15.99. The drs do not ship "live stock" that is through their other affiliates, liveaquaria and etropicals. I believe the drs are dry goods only.

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