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Old 05-15-2004, 08:28 PM   #1
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lights?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...EBWA%3AIT&rd=1

are these good?

i have a 30 gallon with one 50/50 light bulb. 30lbs LR and 40lbs LS

is it a good deal?
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Old 05-15-2004, 08:49 PM   #2
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I just did a quick search and I really didn't see anything under 200 on the sites I looked at...I don't have much experience light shopping though so maybe some one else can help out
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Good price and great lights! I cannot even buy them wholesale that low!!
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Good price and great lights! I cannot even buy them wholesale that low!!
cool..

now for my 30gal tank which is 36in long.. do i buy the 30in or 36in light?
would the 36in be too much light?
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how long is your tank. I know i ahve a 65 gallon tanks and it is 36 inches across. I imgine yours would be less.
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it is 36in long.
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never be too much light !
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Be sure and ask if they will replace bulbs broken in shipping. I have about a 10-15 % bulb breakage rate in transit that i have to cover every month. New bulbs are not cheap so be sure he will cover it. UPS can do some pretty nasty stuff to boxes no matter how well it is packed. Just remember the super low price is forgotten when problems arise that are not taken care of by the vendor.
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