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Old 05-15-2013, 04:00 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by kdpuffer
Following along.

For lights just go LED- so much nicer with the shimmer, no lamp replacement and low energy consumption and heat.

If your looking at tangs there are alot of really nice options so look online and see what you like the looks of that will be ok in your tank.
Yeah, I've heard LEDs are good.. But I came across this wave point 48 inch, 4 bulb t5ho fixture for 40$.. So I took it.. Cause I originally planned on it going on a 55, then I got the option to make a 125 gallon.

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