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Old 03-05-2012, 07:32 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Flipping minow
That is a great idea. My tank is only a 29 gallon. It's been cooking for half a year now with only 10lbs of live rock and 3 inches of live sand. I just ordered 30 lbs of rock from reef cleaners. It is dry but the guys there claim it can go straight into an established system. I figure the other 10 lbs of rock in my tank should seed the rest. This will give me 40 lbs of rock.

As far as cables to connect multiple rocks can j use the plastic cable ties from home depot?
Yes I've heard of people using plastic ties.

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