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54w T5 bulbs


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    Default 54w T5 bulbs

    Im using this old thread to sell some bulbs.

    Bulbs Used for about 6 months, still plenty of life, just went a different route with my job choices.

    4ft bulbs 54w's Each Bulbs is 15$ OBO i'd consider nicer nano powerheads.

    5x Icecap Actinic
    1 Icecap Deepwater 14k
    1 Icecap Midwater 12k

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    10$ a bulb or 50$ for them all?

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