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Discussion about Controllers, Pumps, Lights, Heaters, Skimmers, and other reefkeeping equipment.

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  1. Poll: Lighting suggestions for our new 180

    Okay since I am stuck on the fence about which way to go with lighting for out new 180g tank I'm curious to what everyone else thinks. This tank...
    Started by dakar, 09-19-2004 11:23 PM

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    Lighting
  2. Will this be hard to light??

    Hi, I would take 2, maybe 3 if you have or can getem, I need to cover 87"x48" with a depth of 24", so whatever youd rec. for doing that, if 2 will do...
    Started by 0vicodinstore, 09-21-2005 10:49 AM

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    Lighting
  3. reef aquarium wattage

    oh also if you have any scaleless fish... dont use any type of copper product, it will kill them.
    Started by lanakai33, 08-16-2005 08:04 PM

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    Lighting

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