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Old 04-24-2006, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I brought my wife and daughters for the open house...and left with a bag of moss, java fern and a red crypt variety! Love Brian's store and thanks for the starter kit!

My tank's nothing like the masterpiece you guys did, but I'll send pics along soon.

Thanks for the hospitality!

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Old 04-24-2006, 03:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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it was our pleasure. Let us know more about your tank so we can get you going in the right direction. After our quick chat, the first order of business is to get your lights to a slightly higher level without breaking the bank

acbaldwin may have what you need to do that easily and for a great price
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What tank size needs lighting?
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What tank size needs lighting?
Yeah...what he said!

I might have a spare 48" Satelite 2 x 65 W available for a decent price...it has 50/50 bulbs so the correct square pin CF's would be needed, but it's an option.

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I dont mean to hijack the post but I need a new light system.....Ive got a 65gal 48" long......I would like to stay away from doing a retro but ya gotta do what ya gotta do right?
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acbaldwin may have what you need to do that easily and for a great price
Thanks for the plug Mike!
Max, welcome to APC. Glad we could help you out with some plants!
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