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Old 05-16-2011, 12:39 AM   #1
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Need sand. Willing to trade

I need sand for my DSB in my refugium. Probably two 5g buckets. Doesn't really matter what kind. I have Jager heaters and several different sized power heads I'm willing to trade. I will also trade some LPS I have. Candy canes and Hammer Coral.
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What about crushed coral from a System i just broke down?
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What about crushed coral from a System i just broke down?
Not sure if that will work for a DSB. I'll check and let you know.
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Ive got prolly like 80 lbs lol. Its almost two 5 gallon buckets. I wanted 10 bucks. id trade for come corals. Let me know Man
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Ive got prolly like 80 lbs lol. Its almost two 5 gallon buckets. I wanted 10 bucks. id trade for come corals. Let me know Man
Looks like the fine grain is the preferred for DSB.
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That would be great! Do you ever go to the monthly meetings? We are quite a hike from each other. Oh, and when I first posted this thread I said it really didn't matter what kind and it turns out that it does. Needs to be a finer grade. The typical white you see in most reef tanks.

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I've got some also. I definitely don't have as much as you need, but it's a start.

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Thanks, I'll see if Casper and I can get together and let you know.
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