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Old 12-24-2006, 12:45 PM   #21
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That's actually exactly what I was considering. The 250w mh fixture is the same size (I don't know if I can just stick 250w bulbs in place of the 150w ones? - I doubt it).

If I went with 2x250w metal halide it would be 200 extra watts... Maybe that's too much even? I don't even know if the seller can get the higher model, it was just a thought before all is done.

Is it possible to just stick 250w MH bulbs in where the current 150w bulbs are?

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