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Old 04-01-2011, 06:17 PM   #1
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Have recently purchased a drilled 65 Aqueon, fill kit,SWC160 Cone skimmer, and a ProFlex Sump 2. My next big ticket# is a decent light. I have 40# lbs of dry rock and sand. My goal is to be patient, which is no problem since I just had Major Heart surgery. Just still researching lights, and if things work out and I really like this new hobby I will start the reef stuff. Tank is 36"L x 24"H x 18"D. What I keep going back to is the Finnex DL-T3639. Is this a good choice value in the event I go the reef option? Hate upgrading!
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