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Old 08-18-2015, 09:20 PM   #41
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Yes, but be prepared to be spending an additional $80-$100 every 4-6 months in bulb replacement.


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The spectrum on t5s changes as they age, they tend to fuel algae growth when they get old


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I got three of these for my six foot tank. I know one is more cost than want but it would be a good investment. I thank mr X for showing me the way. They are really good lights.
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I got three of these for my six foot tank. I know one is more cost than want but it would be a good investment. I thank mr X for showing me the way. They are really good lights.

And they will be cheaper after one bulb replacement


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