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Old 05-07-2012, 07:59 AM   #1
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Upgrading Fluval Edge 6G tank lighting.

Hi, this is my first post so hi everyone

I have a 23l/6G fluval edge tank with the default halogen lamps which are severely rubbish. I know that people have upgraded to LED lamps instead but I was thinking of buying the LED light unit that comes on the 46l/12G tank and putting it on to my smaller tank. Would this be overkill? Im wanting to have mainly plants in my tank with a few small shoaling fish. Does anyone have any experience or advice?

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That is not the same size right. There will be overhang on bothsides right?
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