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48" Current USA T5 54w bulbs


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    Default 48" Current USA T5 54w bulbs

    Four 10,000k and four 460 Actinic bulbs, 6 months old.

    $5 apiece

    Pick up in Allen Park

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    Cash - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    I am interested in your lights. I will send you a Pm with my #
    Thanks

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