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Old 03-14-2011, 12:58 PM   #41
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I have a mix of many different saltwater fish amongst my tanks, but I love my Tangs most of all.
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ok im back i went at the rock creating a 5" diameter rock with a flat bottom, a small 3" diameter rock sorta like a triangle and the main rock is now about 9" diameter with a nice flat side which could now stand up
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Good job. I am sure it will come out great
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Old 03-14-2011, 01:22 PM   #44
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now i need the sand 40lbs would do right, the tank is a corner so it doesent have as much floor area as it does height
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I found this website do you think this is a good idea 2 get, or should i go with live rock and sand?
40 Pound box Key Largo Rock, <br>40 Pounds Bahamas Aragonite Sand<BR>Free Shipping<br> *in the continental US*<br>(*All sand ships USPS priority mail*) - KL40-40
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From what I hear live sand is a scam. But that's just me.
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ha , just water in a bag of sand lmao, but do you think thats a good deal i do
and i dont think its live sand but just sand
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just seen your other thread =/
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just seen your other thread =/
Lol that was like my first every post and it didn't seem 2 post when i did it so i made another one.
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I just ordered 40 pounds of rock and 40 pounds of sand for my tank should be here in like 2 or 3 days cant wait what do you think of using bacteria supplements 2 start the cycling process?
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