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Old 07-23-2011, 10:27 AM   #11
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OOO I'm gonna have to find a converter, here in the states we didnt switch over to the metric system.
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I have a mix of many different saltwater fish amongst my tanks, but I love my Tangs most of all.
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Old 07-23-2011, 10:31 AM   #12
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I think you have a 24 inch tank. Something like this would be a great fixture. Not sure if they ship overseas though. If you could find something like that on ebay for instance you could get almost any corals you wanted. If you wanted to go with a 2 bulb fixture you would probably be ok for leathers, zooas and mushrooms.

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Old 07-23-2011, 10:42 AM   #13
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That Lighting looks really good, I will check dimensions etc,
I would really like the hanging feature too.
I will check ebay and amazon, They normally are good places to go.
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I don't think that you should've put in a piece of coral without knowing your exact parameters and right after you may have finished cycling. The store will probably tell you that everything is fine, but they don't really care about your tank, because if the coral or fish dies, it just means you'll have to purchase from them again. Before buying lights, I recommend getting a refractometer, and saltwater API master test kit so you can be exact with your parameters. Just the other day, my lfs told me everything was fine with my water, so when I asked about my nitrates, he told me they were at 0, and that is almost impossible lol
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