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I have not ordered tungsten in quite a while. I need to replenish my stock. Where is cheapest place to find it now days? I used to use Alley's but want to make sure that is still one of the better options. Thanks guys.

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Eco Pro Tungsten.  Insert Free, Free shipping over a certain amount, and cheap.

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just did a quick comparison...

Price comparison for ¼ ounce Tungsten weights Insert Free (unpainted):

Eco Pro Tungsten      $5.49 3 pack            $1.83 a piece

Bass Team Tackle                        $0.95 a piece

Alley's Tungsten                        $1.26 a piece

Bulk Tungsten (TW)      $16.99 10 pack            $1.69 a piece

Dominator Tungsten                        $0.95 a piece

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hrm,  prices have gone up I guess.  For a while, they were by far the cheapest, especially when shipping was free.  I revoke my prior post, haha.

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Be careful that whatever you buy has smooth edges around the hole or it will cut your line badly.

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hrm, prices have gone up I guess. For a while, they were by far the cheapest, especially when shipping was free. I revoke my prior post, haha.

Agreed.  They were the place to buy Tungsten from for a while.  Then they jacked up the prices.  Oddly enough, it was the same time when they signed Dean Rojas to their team.

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I have bought a number of items from Bass Team Tackle, including tungsten weights...good guys and quick service.

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Eco does polish and round the edges, including the I.D. which keeps lines from fraying, not sure about the others but I'm certain a few of the higher end ones such as Tru Tungsten do as well.

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Tru Tungsten does for sure and they are all I use because of that.

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