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Old October 8th 03, 04:52 PM
new2reefin
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Default FS: Metal Halide and Flourescent Aquarium Light

I have decided to sell my reef lighting setup as i have had a new one built.

this one i am selling features:

1) 175 watt - 12,000K bulb (used maybe a month at most)
2) 2 NO Flourescents (1- 03 actinic and 1 - powerglo)
(both bulbs have about 3 months of use)

I had this light made for me, it has a remote ballast box with on/off
switches for both lighting styles, with plenty of cord so it can be
hidden... it is also very well vented so as to not overheat the ballasts.

the lighting fixture itself is 28"l x12"w x8"h and contains a huge cooling
fan and is also designed to hold a piece of glass (which i never used).

this is an awesome setup and supremely well built (i had my new light built
by the same people)

i have pics which i can email (kinda crappy though, just using a web cam,
but can get
a digital cam and take more if needed)

I am located in s/w Ontario, Canada (Hamilton area) and can ship if
necessary (the remote ballast box is heavy though)

I am asking 500$ or best offer

you can contact me at:



will place it on ebay in one week if no serious offers arise - but would
prefer to sell it through this NG


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Old April 9th 11, 05:24 PM
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Metal Halide plan via a gas admixture of halides and added elements. The absolute ablaze assembly comes from the baby balloon of gas that is captivated in abode by metal affairs and/or supports.
 




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