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Old 05/12/2009, 04:55 PM   #26
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Old 05/12/2009, 06:55 PM   #27
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Got my rock today, just like advertised. I had planned to use most of it in my sump/refug but after seeing it I may use the bigger pieces in my DT.

No pics, I don't want to unbox it all until after I move next week.


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Old 05/14/2009, 09:45 PM   #28
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I live in Palmetto can I pick up locally? Is there a surcharge, or just the charge per pound?

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Old 05/18/2009, 10:58 AM   #29
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very interested

how much would 60#'s be shipped to 21904?

75#'s?

This is going in a 50breeder and I want to create many arches..so should this be enough or should I get more?


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Old 05/18/2009, 11:06 AM   #30
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.75 a pound

You can figure about .75 a pound shipping....

I have some good arch making pieces ready to go.....75# will give you a good start.

can ship asap, as the weather is bad here, and not diving this week!

when ready fill out online order form with comments..

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Old 05/18/2009, 05:28 PM   #31
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what is your address ? I am local in palmetto looking for some arch type pieces for my 155 project... do you have a surcharge for local pickup?

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Old 05/18/2009, 05:28 PM   #32
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what is your address ? I am local in palmetto looking for some arch type pieces for my 155 project... do you have a surcharge for local pickup?

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Old 05/18/2009, 06:13 PM   #33
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what is your address ? I am local in palmetto looking for some arch type pieces for my 155 project... do you have a surcharge for local pickup?

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Hiya

No charge for local pick up......fill out online order form to get in the system, and I will get with you asap!

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Old 05/20/2009, 10:30 PM   #34
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richard I'm waiting for some money to come in right now, but I've been thinking I want a cover so I'd like a nice pretty large flat rock if possible for that and the rest based for the cove and then arches branching off, need atleast 2-3 arches hopefully i can accomplish that in a 36x18 footprint.

Let me know if that is possible with 75lbs of your current selection


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Old 05/21/2009, 05:42 AM   #35
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richard I'm waiting for some money to come in right now, but I've been thinking I want a cover so I'd like a nice pretty large flat rock if possible for that and the rest based for the cove and then arches branching off, need atleast 2-3 arches hopefully i can accomplish that in a 36x18 footprint.

Let me know if that is possible with 75lbs of your current selection
This rock goes together like legos, as it has so many nooks and crannies, I am sure you can create whatever you want!

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Old 05/21/2009, 05:43 AM   #36
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what is your address ? I am local in palmetto looking for some arch type pieces for my 155 project... do you have a surcharge for local pickup?

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Old 05/21/2009, 06:01 AM   #37
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Just received two large peaces of dry rock from TS. this stuff is grate. the only problem is i wish i got more. I would definitely recommend.


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Old 05/21/2009, 08:32 AM   #38
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Your rock!

And here are pics of your rock!







and is two pieces, but fits together like one!

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Old 06/10/2009, 01:31 AM   #39
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sorry to ask a question you may have answered before, but is the rock ready just to put in your tank or do you have to prep it in anyway before you drop it in your tank.


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Old 06/10/2009, 01:34 AM   #40
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I have a 240 gallon that I want to change the look and I am interested in knowing if I have to cure the rock before I put it in my DT. I have a lot of inhabitants in there and don't want to damage anything with adding new rock.


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Old 06/10/2009, 07:14 AM   #41
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I have a 240 gallon that I want to change the look and I am interested in knowing if I have to cure the rock before I put it in my DT. I have a lot of inhabitants in there and don't want to damage anything with adding new rock.
Rock is ready to go in the tank!

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Old 06/10/2009, 11:06 AM   #42
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thanks for the quick response Richard. looks like I will be ordering some soon.


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Old 06/15/2009, 01:13 AM   #43
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Just wondering if you have any rock/rocks 1-3 that i could stand on end or stack to make a tall column. I would like a free standing pillar like structure in the frint left of my tank that would be about 2/3 to hight of the tank. so about 12 inches high! Please tank a look and tell me if you think this can be done with some of your dry rock.


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Old 06/15/2009, 08:31 AM   #44
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Just wondering if you have any rock/rocks 1-3 that i could stand on end or stack to make a tall column. I would like a free standing pillar like structure in the frint left of my tank that would be about 2/3 to hight of the tank. so about 12 inches high! Please tank a look and tell me if you think this can be done with some of your dry rock.
Sure do.....this rock stacks real easily!

Use the online order form, with comments!

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Old 06/24/2009, 06:27 PM   #45
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I'm not sure if this is the proper place to post this question, as it isn't strictly about your rock (though I do want that too!)

I notice that a mantis shrimp is pretty cheap as a normal item, but much more expensive when delivered to your door. What is the difference? If I order a good amount of rock and sand and add a shrimp in, do I get the cheaper price?


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Old 06/26/2009, 05:11 PM   #46
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I'm not sure if this is the proper place to post this question, as it isn't strictly about your rock (though I do want that too!)

I notice that a mantis shrimp is pretty cheap as a normal item, but much more expensive when delivered to your door. What is the difference? If I order a good amount of rock and sand and add a shrimp in, do I get the cheaper price?
"delivered to your door"

is the difference!

Check out the Package info....save a lot of $$$ with it.

http://www.tampabaysaltwater.com/thepackage/index.html

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Old 06/28/2009, 05:23 PM   #47
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So I can just throw it in with a package? Good deal. I was going to order a bunch of baserock and a little lr from you, hopefully I can add it in like that. I'm too poor for the full "package"


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Old 07/03/2009, 12:09 AM   #48
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how much will shipping be for 50-60lbs to 85032


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Old 07/07/2009, 04:20 PM   #49
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Re: NO box charges, is included in the shipping quotes!

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No box charges...is included in my shipping quotes.....the form thinks it is live rock you are after....I will adjust the prices to reflect this!

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i'm trying to place an order for 30# of dry rock, but can't get rid of the $16 box charge. please advise how to proceed, thanks. also, assuming i should leave the "destination airport" field blank.


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Old 07/07/2009, 05:18 PM   #50
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Re: Re: NO box charges, is included in the shipping quotes!

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i'm trying to place an order for 30# of dry rock, but can't get rid of the $16 box charge. please advise how to proceed, thanks. also, assuming i should leave the "destination airport" field blank.
Not to worry, will adjust it for you...need to fill out all fields, or form will not work!

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