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Old 08-18-2014, 01:16 AM   #1
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I want to take the lid off and run a PAR38 or equivalent bulb over the tank. It just has softies but I want to put LPS and other corals in as well. Anyone know what bulb and mount they would use? I would like to be able to dim it as well. I have an orphek Atlantik on my 55 but I haven't ever used the PAR bulbs so far. Any assistance would be great. Links to the item you're talking about too please


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