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    Posted: September 30 2016 at 9:35pm
Anyone know somewhere local that has rigid airline 3/16" ?
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Google  thinks that Petco carries Lee's thinwall rigid  tubing.  You might want to call and check first though.

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I called and they don't keep it in stock. I can order it online but wanted to see if it was available local first.
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Lee's website states that Blue Sky Pet Supply carries it. 940w 2950 s. 801-972-5413. I don't know of this store.   May or May not still be in business.
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Blue Sky is a wholesale product vendor. If they carry it a local store may be able to get it for you.
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I think fish4 u has it
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Yes, Fish 4 U usually carries it. 
What are you doing with it? We might be able to suggest easy substitutions.

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Thanks everyone... fish4u is a little too much of a drive. I have ordered it online. I am using it for my phytoplankton and rotifer cultures. The tube I had wouldn't stay at the bottom so rigid will help me keep it where I need it in the bottles.
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The tubing used for RO is rigid enough for that purpose and air stones fit snugly. If need be, it can be straightened by applying a little heat and counter bending. Smile

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