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Old 02-20-2014, 06:19 PM   #31
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was this what you were thinkin for RO/DI? 4 Stage Value PLUS RO/DI System - Bulk Reef Supply

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Yup that's exactly what I have
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You want the live rock to stay under water as much as possible.

The taotonics LEDs on eBay will grow anything you what. And they're dimmable.
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Lighting is generally the biggest cost sadly. If you want a lighting system that will grow anything you want then I would suggest getting 2 120w LEDs off of Ebay. They are very affordable and a huge number of reefers here use them, myself included.

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Awesome!! so now i have the lights covered!

its all comin together, just gotta pick and choose what to buy with each paycheck lol

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Old 02-21-2014, 05:19 PM   #36
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Lighting is generally the biggest cost sadly. If you want a lighting system that will grow anything you want then I would suggest getting 2 120w LEDs off of Ebay. They are very affordable and a huge number of reefers here use them, myself included.

2X 120W New Marine Organism Aquarium Coral Reef Fish Tank LED Lamp Dimmable | eBay
These are the lights I was referring to
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