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I have gone over to the "Dark Side"!

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    Default I have gone over to the "Dark Side"!

    Well I have been collecting parts for my frag tank lighting. So today I went down and finally picked up the "Brinks" pendent to finish my 70w MH and put it together. Now I just need to get in gear and build the hood.

    That is a 14K bulb from ebay.

    MH1 - I have gone over to the "Dark Side"!

    MH2 - I have gone over to the "Dark Side"!

    All things can be cured by salt water, whether by sweat, tears or going to sea.

    ~Isak Dinesen

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    dakar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Sep 2004
    Western Louisiana
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    Good to see those cheap bulbs put out the right spectrum for you... Looks good, amazing how much light can come from that little bubble of glass

    BTW did you drill hole in the back (what is now the top) for ventilation for cooling? Found mine got rather HOT after a few hours of running.
    Every electronic device is manufactured with smoke stored deep inside... only a true genius can find a way to set it free.

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    No I didn't but that would help alot. Thanks

    All things can be cured by salt water, whether by sweat, tears or going to sea.

    ~Isak Dinesen

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