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Old 06-22-2009, 10:32 PM   #1
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Now i Need 2 72inch light for a saltwater tank

anybody sellin one or kno wher i can buy one at a good price
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what's a good price and how many watts/bulbs do you need?
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$300 or less im still not sure how many watts trying to figure that out know
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T5-HO Light

2 36 inch...
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No name light fixtures are a disaster waiting to happen : IMO
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No name light fixtures are a disaster waiting to happen : IMO
know many people have them and no problems so far. even if the only last half as long as like tek lights you still save money.
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I have a retrofit light system with 3x 175 MH, 4x 80 watt t5 (sunbright bulbs, 6 moon lights). I moved and will not be setting up getting rid of things. I have an ad posted here. I am now willing to ship items and sell seperately. check out items for sale/moving new. everything is still availble.
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