200+ lbs of live rock

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  1. DaninSarasota

    DaninSarasota Member

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    Asking $280 for the whole bunch - located in east bradenton (lakewood ranch)

    i have had soaking in a brute trash can for over a year. i have kept a powerhead in there circulating water and dose with some pure ammonia every once in a while to keep the bacteria alive. The LR is in a 32 gallon Brute trash can, packed in pretty tight and nearly to the top. Not sure on exact weight, but i would think well over 200 lbs at least based on how full it is. there is a good mix of larger and smaller pieces. this works out to $1.50 a pound roughly, depending on the total weight i have. see attached picture of my old fish tank to see what the rock looks like. If you want the Brute trash can you can have that for an extra $20.

    PM me for details

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  3. DaninSarasota

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    Bump, i have a scale so can weigh out...$1.25 a lb....$1/lb if you take it all
     
  4. DaninSarasota

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    bump, i have 100 lbs left.
     
  5. Mark.red

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    Can you post the last 100lbs of rock?
     
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