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Old 03-14-2013, 09:45 AM   #1
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lighting question

Ok so I bought my 75 gal tank from craigslist and it came with a hood and I am making a list of everything I am going to need to start my FOWLR and I noticed the light fixture is an Aquarium Equipment 48PSDX. I looked it up and its a 40w T10 (not sure but looks like a T8). My question is, can I make this work to get started if I supplement some LED strips with it? I am looking at the Ecoxotic stunner strips to add to this 40 watt single bulb strip. I do want to have some sps corals after I get it up and going. All advice is welcomed. Thanks
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