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Old 03-05-2016, 05:07 PM   #11
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I have a 75g. Go Buckeyes

That's them, I use two of my 75 with no issues
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That is a four ft tank I think right? You`ll need two of them. Two for 92 0r 93 dollars each is a pretty good deal. I can vouch for their performance. The only thing is only start at about 50% and then go up as you need. They will burn your corals up at full strength.
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Yea 4ft and wow okay noted. Guessing they are very strong
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The Chinese LEDs have been serving me well. Got them for $75 each and they provide more than enough light. Co. that shipped them sent me a followup e-mail to see how I liked them, which was nice - but it was in the most broken English I've ever seen in writing. I bought a Marineland LED strip for my freshwater tank that cost twice as much and basically sucks ... but it's not the reef Marineland light so not trying to discourage you from that choice.
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