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Old 06-04-2006, 10:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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20" Coralife 96 watt fixture + extra bulb. 1 10,000K and 1 6,700K.

I purchased this light and bulbs from Niko about 1+ months ago from this thread:

Purchase Thread (FS: SOLD: 20" Coralife 96 watt fixture + extra bulb ($60))

The Light works Great. Arrived with the 10,000K bulb in. I used that for a couple of weeks and switched to the 6,700K bulb. Niko's thread says they are both 10,000k--but they are not--1 is 6,700k.

I am going with lower light on this tank--so I am looking to sell this light for what I paid for it: $70 Shipped

I have a pair of non-adjustable legs that I will sell with it also for what I paid: $10 Shipped--or I will gladly keep them and not have to buy another set. If You need them I will sell them and buy more--just let me know....

I still have the Box and Packaging--so I will ship it exactly how I received it.
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Really, that's a 20"?
That would be for a 10 gallon tank, and maybe a few other oddball sizes, which would be a lot of light (9.6 wpg in a 10 gallon)....
I'm sure it's not a typo, but just double checking.
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It would be best for a 20H, which is 24" long. It would be way too much light for a 10g. I've also seen an oddball sized tank that was a 30g - XH (24" long, 12" wide, 24" deep i think)
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I've got the same thing on my 15 high, w/the legs..
wish I would have seen this a month ago!
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!!!!!!!sold!!!!!!!
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ya snooze ya lose...
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