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Old 07-14-2011, 03:00 PM   #11
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I went on the cheap side for my lights, I got a odyssea unit, prettymuch cause it's all I could find at the time that was 30"

Here is a great starter light that will let you grow most corals

30in 4Bulbs fixtures

Can't go wrong on the price and it's a 30" fixture.

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Thanks Carey! I'll def. look into those lights. I was thinking about doing coral as well in the 29 gal tank. I have been reading so many posts on the forums that it's totally confused me about what equipment is needed! I have been writing stuff down and right about now I have a list of 5 or 6 pages! I know that all of the stuff will not be needed but there are so many different opinions about everything and the posts sound so persuasive! Any tips about the equipment would be soooo appreciated. Thanks! Your such a dear!
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You're very welcome. In my 29 I ran a heater,hang on back filter, 2 powerheads and eventually a skimmer. It can be done pretty easy and cheap too.

If you have any specific questions just ask, there's always someone on.
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I went on the cheap side for my lights, I got a odyssea unit, prettymuch cause it's all I could find at the time that was 30"

Here is a great starter light that will let you grow most corals

30in 4Bulbs fixtures

Can't go wrong on the price and it's a 30" fixture.

Hope that helps!! Good Luck!!
I just picked up an Odyssea fixture....I agree. Can't go wrong for the price
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Any thoughts on a coralife, double fixture, 24 in?
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The link for the fishless cycle is in my signature. Glad you found us here and you'll be fish crazed yourself in no time at all! Welcome to AA...
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